How to Build Outdoor Storage Benches

Mar 2nd

Stumbling over a lying shoe or toy: who does not know it? These DIY outdoor storage benches make your life a lot easier and more beautiful. The bank not only offers a lot of storage space but with a few large cushions, it is also a comfortable place to read a book. Difficult? With the step- by- step plan of my blog, this job is done in a day. To hang, read, eat, play games and even store items lying around: the wooden bench. Perfect for the dining area, the nursery or the bedroom with some cushions on it. You can easily make these two copies yourself. To work!

Wooden Outdoor Storage Benches
Wooden Outdoor Storage Benches

The area where you want the outdoor storage benches with measuring tape to measure. Note the length, height, and depth of the storage box. You need to cut these measurements from the right size plywood pieces. Put the plywood down so you can draw on it. Drawing with a pencil and measuring tape in hand, two side pieces for the storage box. The sides must measure the depth by the height. Draw the pieces from the front and back of the box, which must measure the height by the length. Finally, draw the bottom piece and the upper lid of the box. Both must be identical and measure the length of the depth plus an extra thumb.

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Place the front piece on its side in front of you. Take one of the pieces from the side and place it vertically for you to make an L shape. The front must overlap the end of the piece. Secure those using two 1-inch long screws and the mechanical screwdriver. The second piece from the side adheres to the other end of the front in the same way. Again, the front piece must overlap the end of the piece of lace. Arrange the back piece outdoor storage benches to complete the mechanical U-shaped frame to complete a full rectangular wooden frame. Attach the back panel to the frame using two screws and the mechanical screwdriver, following the same process of the attachment as in the previous step.