How to make a looped bench – Let’s make a bench! Recently, I wanted to update our entry. The purpose of the space was to be a place where we could put our shoes on before going out and place bags when entering the house.
I didn’t have a lot of room in the space, so I knew a thin bench was my best option. I just couldn’t find the dimensions I needed in any of the furniture stores so I knew this was a great opportunity to try out a DIY project.
I opted for a fun and very trendy fabric at the moment: the Boucle! With this project, the design options are endless as you can choose any fabric to complement your decor.
How to make a looped bench
What You need
- A plank of wood (strong enough to sit on)
- Foam cut to size of wood
- Hairpin steel legs (similar to Bunnings’s)
Unroll the fabric and place the foam in the center. Place the wooden board on top of the foam.
Keeping the fabric taut all around, carefully fold the edges and secure with staples about every 3 to 5 cm.
Finally, screw your steel hairpin feet into each corner.
Here is ! For more information on how to style your new loop bench, be sure to read my tips on setting up a small entryway. I love the result, and now I can’t wait to try it in other fabrics.
Like what you see? Or do you just want to save it for later?
Here is ! The looped bench
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