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The quiet workhorse every home should have

If you have a bench in your home, then you know its functionality and versatility make it the hardest working furniture in your home. If not, maybe you’re not using it to its full potential.

Milan Counter-Height Dining

The stunning Milan Counter-Height Dining is crafted with walnut veneers and zebrano veneer borders that is contemporary and distinctive. Collection includes a bench with upholstered seat.

Here’s why every home, big or small should have a bench.

1. A bench offers more seating than chairs

Genus Dining

Solid Sheesham wood Genus dining includes a generous bench.

Add a bench to your dining table and you’ve not only enhanced the look, you’ve added extra seating as well. A bench on one side of your dining table can increase the seating capacity. This is great for large family gatherings or parties.

2. Benches are easy to move around

green petite bench

Petite green upholstered bench with wood legs is small enough to move around from room to room.

Since most benches are smaller and lighter than a sofas, they can moved from room to room. They can fit in small areas of the room turning an empty space into welcoming seating.

3. Benches can be placed in every room

Upholstered Bench from Coast to Coast

Stylish upholstered bench offers casual seating at the foot of the bed.

Place a bench in the entryway or hallway for a place to sit and put on shoes. Use a bench at the foot of the bed to rest while taking off your socks. A bench in the dining room, as mentioned before, is added seating at the dinner table. Add a bench to the bathroom to hold towels or baskets with guest soaps.

4. Use a bench as decorative accent

Guru Bench by Jaipur

Guru bench by Jaipur is a solid wood one-of-a-kind treasure.

An impressive bench is also art for your home. If your bench is a one-of-a-kind treasure, let it sit alone as an inspirational piece.

How do you use your bench?



About Terri Dux

When not watching her favorite TV channel, HGTV, Terri likes crafting, gardening, and thrifting at neighborhood garage sales.

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This entry was posted on June 22, 2016 by in Furniture and tagged , , , , , .
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