Benches

  

 This is a great unfinished garden bench crafted from Southern Yellow Pine. This bench is great painted or stained and can be created from any domestic wood available. The pictures at the bottom show the bench being built from Walnut and Maple. Visit our Adirondack chair page for more lawn furniture ideas. We now have an online retail store located at http://whitdaniel.com

  

This is a set I stained white.  The garden bench, coffee table and side table can be crafted from any wood available and can be stained or painted to match your home exterior.

5' Garden Bench
5′ Garden Bench

This is a 5′ garden bench painted white to match the trim on a clients house.

Bench with tables and Adirondack chair
Bench with tables and Adirondack chair

This is a garden bench with side tables a coffee table and Adirondack chair.

If you are interested in any of our furniture, please email me danhux@gmail.com or give me a call at (919) 741-2650 with  any questions you may have.

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This is a monogrammed garden bench with tables

This is a Walnut and Maple bench I’ve been working on in my spare time. 

  

This is a closer view of the Walnut framing with Maple seat slats and Walnut inlays.

really close up of inlays
really close up of inlays

Many people have never seen real Walnut and Maple wood without a finish. It truely is great wood to work with and is beautiful without a finish. The edges and corners are finished with a 45 degree chamfer.  This bench will have several coats of polyurethane to protect it, this type of wood needs no paint or stain.

  

This is the Walnut and Maple bench finished. I finished the bench with 3 coats of Minwax Polyurethane. This garden bench will be used in my dining room bay window. This same bench can be made with a solid seat and hinged for storage.

Maple and Walnut garden bench

I think the dark color of the Black Walnut and the light color of the Maple look great together with just a few coats of clear polyurethane, no need to stain.

Maple and Black Walnut garden bench

The dark brown circles on the seat slats are walnut inlays  I used to cover the screws in the bench seat.

The Black Walnut back stiffener running across the back supports adds a nice accent for the back of the bench.

A walnut and maple bench would look great in any office, bay window, foyer or dining room. This bench measures four foot wide, twenty-four inches deep and thirty-six inches high. All the edges have a 45 degree chamfer to help soften the bench for comfort, it also helps make the bench look more formal.

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