Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 20:27:01 PM. garden bench. By Amory Hofmann.
Garden benches are the equivalent of a welcome sign that you can sit on. If you place a garden bench along side the sidewalk in front of your house, passers-by can use it as a place to rest before they continue on their morning stroll. When set beneath trees, garden benches welcome guests to sit and enjoy the shade if not but for a moment. When against a wall on the front porch, garden benches welcome people into a home. And when in the middle of a garden, garden benches invite people to take the time to sit and watch the garden grow. After all, there is no better place to watch a garden grow than from right in the middle of it.
The thing to keep in mind while buying a garden bench is the needs of the owner who is buying the bench. Of the materials used for making these benches wood and stone are most common. Among wood, the pine, cedar and teak tree is of most common usage. But think of the climate and the location where the bench is to be placed while choosing the kind of wood that is to be used. If the seating plan is in open space and the climate of the area is cold and rainy then the more durable wood like cedar should be used.
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