Along with the industrial style decoration came also the concrete bench. But long before that trend, it already existed. This type of bench was already used decades ago, but with a slightly different proposal, usually designed only for outdoor areas, balconies and rustic-style gardens.
It was the modern, industrial decor that took the concrete bench into the house and set it up as the star of the living room, lobby, and even closets and dining rooms.
Concrete benches can take on different shapes, since the material is super-moldable. You can opt for either a large, long concrete bench or a tall stool for just one person.
And one of the biggest advantages of the concrete bench is the price. The material is inexpensive and you have the option of doing your own bank from the numerous tutorials available on the internet - including this post, which you will see next.
However, it is also possible to buy a ready-made concrete bench or make a custom one with that comrade bricklayer you know.
Be that as it may, the concrete bench is a great way to revamp the look of your home by spending little and investing in modern and up-to-date materials.
Here's a simple step-by-step on how to make one of the most coveted models on the internet: the concrete bench with wooden feet. Write down the materials and then watch the bank's manufacturing process:
Materials needed to make concrete bench
- 1 bucket
- 1 sandpaper
- 1 square
- 1 Basin
- 1 Mug
- 1 pot
- 1 saw
- 4 Pieces of wood (to make the feet)
Concrete Bench Step by Step
Another type of concrete bench that has been very successful is the one that uses concrete and wood blocks in its structure. Here's a simple tutorial video explaining how you can do this type of bank yourself in your home. It looks great for use on balconies, gardens and outdoor areas, check out:
Concrete benches still accept any kind of customization very well, that is, after you have finished you can paint them in the color you want, creating geometric shapes, abstract or whatever else you think matches the piece.
And since making a concrete bench is papaya with sugar, how about inspiring yourself in beautiful and creative pieces that are making a success out there? We selected 60 images for you to put your hand in the mass today, or rather, in concrete, come see:
Picture 1 - A bank of concrete chubby and very stylish to decorate the house; you can customize it any way you like.
Image 2 - The darling concrete bench of the moment in a colorful version and with dripping ink detail that makes all the difference in the piece.
Picture 3 - And for those who enjoy uniting trend with original design, these concrete stools are an inspiration.
Picture 4 - What about an elongated concrete bench full of style for the gourmet balcony of the apartment?
Picture 5 - The concrete bench of the garden in ladder format won inlaid lights that valued the project.
Picture 6 - The rustic concrete bench made by the window was awarded with futon type cushions that guarantee more comfort and beauty to the piece.
Figure 7 - Large round concrete benches for the outdoor area; a distinctive and striking model.
Picture 8 - Concrete bench in the kitchen with finish in burnt cement combining with the objects in stainless steel.
Picture 9 - Concrete bench with super modern and charming wooden seat placed in the entrance hall.
Image 10 - Concrete bench next to the fireplace; modern, sober and clean environment.
Image 11 - Detail of a concrete bench with wooden feet; the natural imperfections of cement are an important part of the project.
Image 12 - Beautiful inspiration from living room with exposed concrete brick wall and rustic bench of burnt cement; the wooden details ensure the warmth and warmth of the place.
Picture 13 - Concrete bench for external area with wood coating.
Figure 14 - Concrete bench skirting the fireplace area also made of concrete and burnt cement.
Picture 15 - A super innovative concrete bench, curved, organic and full of movement.
Picture 16 - In this square, the traditional wooden benches have gained a concrete support guaranteeing a super interesting design to the space.
Picture 17 - Straight and simple lines form this modern elongated concrete bench for external area.
Picture 18 - Here, the concrete bench follows the curved shape of the square; this malleability is one of the great advantages of the material.
Picture 19 - The modern house with burnt cement flooring could not opt for another type of bench other than concrete.
Picture 20 - Bank, but can also be table! Highlight for the differentiated format of the part.
Picture 21 - A concrete bench glued to the window, ready to welcome those who want to spend time enjoying the view.
Picture 22 - Super contemporary public space with concrete benches and seats made with corino matching with the tables; a project to inspire.
Image 23 - Full option of rusticity here: set of table and concrete bench with demolition wooden feet; the brick wall in the background completes the scenery.
Picture 24 - How about coloring the concrete blocks to fit the decoration?
Picture 25 - Conceptual concrete benches, real pieces of design that you can easily reproduce in your house.
Image 26 - And speaking of design, what do you think of this concrete bench model here? Sensational!
Image 27 - The wood fits like a glove on the concrete benches; it is worth investing in this pair.
Image 28 - A simple model of concrete bench, but very beautiful and functional.
Picture 29 - White concrete bench for the garden, a model full of elegance and refinement.
Picture 30 - What an incredible model of concrete bench! The hardness of the material yielding to the curves.
Picture 31 - Double functional concrete bench, a great idea!
Picture 32 - It looks like a chair, but it is a very well made and structured concrete bench
Picture 33 - Concrete bench for the bathroom.
Image 34 - Colored pillows to brighten the curved concrete bench.
Image 35 - Elongated concrete bench for the outdoor area with super contrasting red cushions.
Image 36 - At the end of the path, a concrete bench.
Picture 37 - The concrete bench is a simple, cheap and very contemporary solution for any environment.
Picture 38 - The gardens are the favorite place of concrete benches, they were practically born in this space.
Image 39 - You can always innovate! This concrete bench, for example, bet on a suspended version.
Picture 40 - Look at the perfect fold here again: concrete and wood.
Image 41 - The mosaic of tiles ensured a touch of relaxation to the external area with concrete bench.
Picture 42 - Concrete bench for the gourmet space.
Picture 43 - Super interesting and functional option of concrete bench, notice that the base has two large drawers that allow the storage of objects of the house.
Image 44 - Concrete bench at the base of the stairs, facing the entrance door.
Picture 45 - The modern and industrial dining room brought a table set with concrete bench and stainless steel frame.
Picture 46 - Set of table and benches of concrete for the modern external area.
Picture 47 - Combine the concrete bench with the colors that predominate in the environment, being able to keep it both in natural and colored shades.
Picture 48 - Concrete bench with wooden seat in the entrance hall; the go under the seat still works as a shoe rack.
Figure 49 - To change the face of the concrete bench a bit, try coating it with pads.
Image 50 - Want a simpler and more functional model than this one?
Picture 51 - But for those who want something more differentiated, go without fear in this model below.
Picture 52 - In this room, the concrete bench turns rack around the wall.
Picture 53 - Instead of using wood in the seat, reverse! Here, the wood was placed in the base and the concrete serves as a seat.
Picture 54 - Lots of cushions to leave the concrete bench soft and comfortable.
Image 55 - Wooden beads and a simple concrete mold are enough to make a model like this.
Image 56 - Here, the structure surrounding the winter garden becomes the base of the concrete bench.
Image 57 - What a beautiful combination between the green and the gray of the concrete bench.
Image 58 - Take maximum advantage of the malleability of concrete to create unique and original shapes.
Image 59 - The concrete bench can also be the ideal place to store firewood.
Image 60 - The shapes and curves of the concrete bench can always surprise.
Image 61 - The concrete bench skirts the entire area of this external gourmet space.
Picture 62 - What combines more with concrete bench than industrial style?
Picture 63 - Next to the wall, this concrete bench stands out for its suspended appearance.
Figure 64 - This concrete bench serves both to accommodate visitors and to place pots.
Image 65 - It is worth investing in a bespoke concrete bench project, like the one in the picture.
Image 66 - Concrete benches or sculptures in the middle of the garden?
Image 67 - To enjoy the good times around the campfire, visitors can sit on the concrete bench with futons.
Image 68 - A wider window ledge can quietly turn a concrete bench.
Picture 69 - In this house, the space under the stairs was used with a concrete bench.
Picture 70 - Let the cushions give the tone of elegance to the concrete bench.