Outdoor Storage Bench Seat Maintaining Backyard Ideas

Published On January 18, 2019 | By shed | Storage Bench

Outdoor storage bench seat – Maintaining your own backyard is therapeutic and rewarding. While the task is often a pleasant one, the more convenient and efficient the process, the more it will be done. Much of the fun associated with garden maintenance occurs after the tasks are carried out and you can adjust backward and relax in the orderly and comfortable outdoor space.

Corner Bench Seating Patio Furniture

Corner Bench Seating Patio Furniture

The construction of a patio storage bench is a simple way to maintain your garden tools and organized by hand. Build the front panel. Set five of the 32-inch long cedar panels to face down and side to side. Make sure the edges line up in a straight line. Screw one of the cedar posts 1 1/2 to each end. You will have to attach the post to the slat with two 1 1/4 wood screws. Measure in 10 inches from each end and two more the screw set cedar in the same way.

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Each message must be flush with the top edge of the ribbon, allowing a 2-inch gap along the bottom edge of the ribbon. Build the back panel by repeating step one. Attach the side panel slats to the front and rear panels. Screw five 5 1/2 inch long cedar slats to the end post attached to the front and rear outdoor bench with storage panels making sure that the edges of the side panel slats are flush with the front and rear panels.

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