Sit a spell in one of these wonderful garden benches with family and friends during the warm months of spring and summer. Enjoy them in the autumn, as the leaves fall around you, and take a break from building a snowman during the winter. Garden benches are great year round and a seating area in your outdoor space is always welcomed.
Everyone appreciates a spot where one can chat awhile, taking in the beauty of the nature around them, and garden benches provide just that. They also enhance the artistry and decor of your outdoor space and come in a variety of style and designs. Garden benches can be eclectic, cozy, rustic, simple or charming. Create a warm and inviting space with a bench that suits your needs and style.
A mosaic bench is whimsical, adds lovely pops of color to your garden, and is a piece of artwork within itself. You can even make your own to really fit in with your yard decor and colors.
Another fun look for a garden bench. Use cement molded leaves as the seats and create a functional piece of art for your outdoor space.
What a smart use of space and fantastic way to enjoy the natural shade of a majestic tree in your garden. This creates a good amount of seating too for get togethers and parties. Add some pillows for that extra special pop of color.
These benches nestled under a trestle of wisteria are stunning and cozy. We would love one of these in our garden.
If you like to repurpose items into new gems, this is a great project. Turn an old bed frame into a colorful, stylish garden bench.
If you are looking for a bench with clean, simple, modern lines, a concrete block bench is perfect. A wonderful aspect of working with concrete is that you can add color to it for a little extra pizazz.
Another clean and simple design. Yet, the colors of the cushions make it a warm and inviting place to have a chat. An easy and brilliant do it yourself project too, as the base is made from cinder blocks.
These next two benches do an amazing job of blending into the nature around them –
This is such a clever use of leftover materials, as the bench and path match. Even better, it blends in naturally while standing out among the greenery. Lovely.
A great use of tree stumps, if you have any in your yard, and a brilliant way to blend a garden bench seamlessly into your decor.
A romantic, cozy spot for two is what you get with this sweet bench built into an arbor. What a great spot to snuggle and enjoy the flora around you.
This rustic turquoise bench is perfect for creating a country charm oasis. We love the ornate distressed look of the wood and the color palette is romantic and fun.