Bench. Sunday , November 12th , 2017 - 12:38:30 PM
A good bench is a well placed bench. Even the best bench will be useless or bad if placed in the wrong location. The best location for outdoor benches are near patio areas, walks, outside of the garden fence, next to a tree or near the buildings wall. The place shouldnt be too sunny neither entirely shady. While most benches arent usually moved, its good to think whether you really want the bench staying where it is forever.
Of course many people really enjoy the look of weathered teak, so many of these steps will not be necessary if you prefer to enjoy the grey teak. It takes several months for teak to fade from its original light brown color into grey, although this may happen a bit sooner if the bench is an outdoor bench. Just remember that teak will always be durable and resist splitting, even after it begins to have that beautiful grey weathered look.
Concrete benches for example cant be moved so you should plan their location well. If you are not sure about it, pick wooden or metal benches and dont fix them permanently to the ground with concrete. Some benches have extra functions. One of the most useful ones is storage. Storage benches are good for sitting and the space under the seat is used to store various things like garden tools etc. At the end what matters most is of course whether you are happy with the bench or not.
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