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Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 18 Facebook Pinterest L-Shape Bench Built-in outdoor benches like this one provide plenty of seating for al fresco entertaining. Built around an established fir tree, it contributes to the structure's clean, angular sensibility, and the linear slats quickly disperse rain. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 2 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Curved Bench A curved rail and cantilevered bench wrap around this deck, creating a pleasing addition to the rectangular backyard. 3 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Garden Seating Two built-in wood benches provide the perfect spot for enjoying the lush garden that crowns the courtyard. A fan on a cantilevered beam cools the seating area on hot summer days. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 4 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Trellis Seating Area A need for privacy inspired this unique deck with a curved-trellis seating area. The built-in bench follows the curve of the trellis and establishes the space as a destination for relaxation. 5 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Handcrafted Bench Constructed from scrap cedar, a built-in bench provides a convenient, custom-made element that contributes to the deck's well-crafted character. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 6 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Mahogany Benches Featuring a concrete foundation paved with flagstone, this deck offers a classic Arts and Crafts setting for a spectacular view. Mahogany benches provide easy seating for entertaining and serve as railings around two of the deck's edges. 7 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Low Seating Low built-in benches function as seating and an edge barrier for this railing-free deck. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 8 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Corner Bench Warmed from above by a propane heater, a built-in corner bench offers cushioned comfort, storage in an underneath cabinet, and a view of the surrounding yard. A widely spaced lattice screen offers privacy while still allowing a breezy openness. 9 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Fire-Pit Benches Built-in benches around a fire pit offer the perfect spot for relaxing day or night. 10 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Stone-Wall Seating This stone wall provides additional seating and spirals into a small water feature that's 18 inches in diameter. 11 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Deck-Perimeter Seating Built-in bench seating and planters help define this deck's perimeter. 12 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Deck Conversation Area Built-in benches form a cozy conversation area on this multipurpose deck. The coffee table is built of the same materials to give the design continuity. 13 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Low-Maintenance Seating The concrete and brick used to create this handsome patio seating area are low-maintenance materials that resist the effects of wind, water, and temperature changes. The washed-aggregate surface of the concrete doesn't need sealing. 14 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Outdoor Kitchen Seating Built-in benches provide extra seating and waterproof storage to this outdoor kitchen. 15 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Pretty Curved Bench Built-in planters and side tables flank this deck dominated by a curved bench. The bench is constructed from green 1x2 clear cedar planks, and the planters are made from tongue-and-groove cedar. 16 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Well-Designed Benches A series of small, multilevel decks connect intimate niches and various outdoor rooms, including this fire pit with built-in benches, much like interior hallways connect the spaces inside a home. 17 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Integrated Planters Plantings at the edges of the deck make this seating area a popular outdoor gathering spot. Carefully chosen containers cover the edges of the structure and create a transition into the surrounding landscape. 18 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 10 Easy-to-Install Decking Tiles 10 Easy-to-Install Decking Tiles Updating your deck or patio is a snap with these easy-to-install decking tiles. Begin Slideshow » Related Before and After Deck Makeovers 14 Ways to Improve Your Deck Deck & Patio Solutions: Working Around Landscape Challenges


1 of 18 Facebook Pinterest L-Shape Bench Built-in outdoor benches like this one provide plenty of seating for al fresco entertaining. Built around an established fir tree, it contributes to the structure's clean, angular sensibility, and the linear slats quickly disperse rain. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 2 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Curved Bench A curved rail and cantilevered bench wrap around this deck, creating a pleasing addition to the rectangular backyard. 3 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Garden Seating Two built-in wood benches provide the perfect spot for enjoying the lush garden that crowns the courtyard. A fan on a cantilevered beam cools the seating area on hot summer days. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 4 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Trellis Seating Area A need for privacy inspired this unique deck with a curved-trellis seating area. The built-in bench follows the curve of the trellis and establishes the space as a destination for relaxation. 5 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Handcrafted Bench Constructed from scrap cedar, a built-in bench provides a convenient, custom-made element that contributes to the deck's well-crafted character. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 6 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Mahogany Benches Featuring a concrete foundation paved with flagstone, this deck offers a classic Arts and Crafts setting for a spectacular view. Mahogany benches provide easy seating for entertaining and serve as railings around two of the deck's edges. 7 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Low Seating Low built-in benches function as seating and an edge barrier for this railing-free deck. Get free quotes from deck and porch builders in your area. 8 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Corner Bench Warmed from above by a propane heater, a built-in corner bench offers cushioned comfort, storage in an underneath cabinet, and a view of the surrounding yard. A widely spaced lattice screen offers privacy while still allowing a breezy openness. 9 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Fire-Pit Benches Built-in benches around a fire pit offer the perfect spot for relaxing day or night. 10 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Stone-Wall Seating This stone wall provides additional seating and spirals into a small water feature that's 18 inches in diameter. 11 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Deck-Perimeter Seating Built-in bench seating and planters help define this deck's perimeter. 12 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Deck Conversation Area Built-in benches form a cozy conversation area on this multipurpose deck. The coffee table is built of the same materials to give the design continuity. 13 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Low-Maintenance Seating The concrete and brick used to create this handsome patio seating area are low-maintenance materials that resist the effects of wind, water, and temperature changes. The washed-aggregate surface of the concrete doesn't need sealing. 14 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Outdoor Kitchen Seating Built-in benches provide extra seating and waterproof storage to this outdoor kitchen. 15 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Pretty Curved Bench Built-in planters and side tables flank this deck dominated by a curved bench. The bench is constructed from green 1x2 clear cedar planks, and the planters are made from tongue-and-groove cedar. 16 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Well-Designed Benches A series of small, multilevel decks connect intimate niches and various outdoor rooms, including this fire pit with built-in benches, much like interior hallways connect the spaces inside a home. 17 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Integrated Planters Plantings at the edges of the deck make this seating area a popular outdoor gathering spot. Carefully chosen containers cover the edges of the structure and create a transition into the surrounding landscape. 18 of 18 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 10 Easy-to-Install Decking Tiles 10 Easy-to-Install Decking Tiles Updating your deck or patio is a snap with these easy-to-install decking tiles. Begin Slideshow » Related Before and After Deck Makeovers 14 Ways to Improve Your Deck Deck & Patio Solutions: Working Around Landscape Challenges


Step 3 Make the Frame For a seamless look, build bench out of existing decking material. Build bench to fit existing deck space or use as barrier at side of low deck. Start by cutting frame from 2x4s. With circular saw, cut two long boards for frame sides and six cross pieces. Sand edges smooth. When positioning center crosspieces, leave room for center legs between them, if bench is 8 feet long. Pre-drill and screw together frame. Pro Tip Frame should be four inches shorter than length of seat and four inches narrower than width of seat. Standard bench width is 16 inches.


Make the Frame For a seamless look, build bench out of existing decking material. Build bench to fit existing deck space or use as barrier at side of low deck. Start by cutting frame from 2x4s. With circular saw, cut two long boards for frame sides and six cross pieces. Sand edges smooth. When positioning center crosspieces, leave room for center legs between them, if bench is 8 feet long. Pre-drill and screw together frame. Pro Tip Frame should be four inches shorter than length of seat and four inches narrower than width of seat. Standard bench width is 16 inches.


Step 4 Add the Legs Cut legs out of 4x4s. If bench will sit against wall, cut back legs so that bench slopes 1-inch towards back to make seating more comfortable; if bench is free-standing, make legs even. Screw legs onto frame. Pro Tip Standard bench height is 16 inches; allow 1 inch for seat thickness. An 8-foot bench will need an extra set of legs in the center.


Add the Legs Cut legs out of 4x4s. If bench will sit against wall, cut back legs so that bench slopes 1-inch towards back to make seating more comfortable; if bench is free-standing, make legs even. Screw legs onto frame. Pro Tip Standard bench height is 16 inches; allow 1 inch for seat thickness. An 8-foot bench will need an extra set of legs in the center.

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