Think a bench seat is just for sitting? Think again. A bench seat has become one of the most versatile pieces of furniture. Commonly used for extra seating or as a decorative accent, they can be used from the entryway to the bedroom to the living room—as storage, a coffee table, or for a hint of colour and texture.
Without a doubt, there’s a bench that fits the decor and size of your space, so check out these beautiful options to try in your home.
Marlo Rustic Teak Bench
If your living area could use a bit of sprucing up, a simple solution is to incorporate a bench. The Marlo Teak Bench is perfect for filling awkwardly narrow spaces, going where other furniture pieces can’t. Pile on pillows and let it sit alongside other decorative accents for a put together look that’s entirely you.
Frankie Oak Bench Seat
Make room for more at the table with the Frankie Oak bench. A sleek addition to any dining set-up, it'll keep your space neater and less cluttered. When not in use at the table, simply move it into dead spaces in the house.
Timothy Teak Bench
Fit for both decorative and practical uses, the Timothy Teak sits perfectly as a catchall at the end of your bed. Leave it bare or style it with your favourite books or throws and cushions when not in use. It's also a handy helper when getting dressed for the day putting on your shoes.
Kennedy Jute Bench Seat
Empty nooks and bare hallways? No thanks. Grab attention and add welcoming colour to your entrance with the Kennedy Jute Bench Seat. Pair it with hooks on the wall for accessories and you have yourself a practical spot to pop on your shoes and grab your bag before heading out.
One of the things we've learnt with flexible working over the past year is making sure your home office is tidy and inspiring. Not only does the James Bench work as a great spot to place your on-the-go belongings at the office, but it can also visually finish off the room when you want to keep things minimal and put-together.