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how to make an outdoor bench seat with slats

how to make an outdoor bench seat with slats

75 ultimate diy outdoor bench plans ⋆ diy crafts

build also this solid outdoor bench that comes with metal hairpin legs and is sure to be loved by all! for making bench seat fill up a plywood box solid using recycled wood slats and then finish it up with metal legs of choice. details here biggerthanthe. how to make tufted bench:

diy bench seat build - recycled hardwood slats - youtube

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step 2 - put the seat together. gather the seat pieces up on your work surface. line the individual pieces up next to each other but not touching just far enough apart so that you can just see the table under them. check to make sure they are lined up evenly before going forward. pick which end will be the top and measure 6 inches down and make a mark.

40 creative outdoor bench diy ideas and tutorials 2017

recycled headboard bench. an old bed frame is excellent material to build a bench from as it already features a back piece – the headboard – as well as four legs. the secret here is to keep the headboard pretty much intact then work with the bed’s front to create the seat and side.

indoor or outdoor bench plan

align the seat slat ends. place the stretcher (a)/rail (b) frame on the seat slats centered side-to-side with the rear stretcher and flush with the back edge of the rear slat. mark the positions of the rails on the seat slats with a pencil and remove the frame. apply thin beads of glue to the seat slats centered between the marks. carefully reposition the frame on the slats. fasten the slats to the frame with 1-1/4-inch pocket screws.

how to build an outdoor bench with storage | hgtv

attach the bottom slats. measure mark and cut the 1x3 slats to length and place inside the bench on top of the 1x2 cleats securing with 1-1/4” brad nails and wood glue. space the slats approximately 3/4” inches apart. use a scrap 1x board to serve as a spacer.

diy—how to restore a cast iron and wood garden bench

the photo on the right is of the finished product. the garden bench was made out of good materials and was still strong except for being shakey and needing new hardware. the bench was rusty of the cast iron ends and the wooden slats needed to be sanded to get years of builtup grim and wear removed.

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