Fire pit seating – Outdoor areas need much storage space as shoe interior stowage areas, play equipment, gardening tools or supplies. You can double your storage unit outdoors and a fire pit seating and storage to create a two-in-one that will store a lot of things and provide additional outdoor fire pit seating. If you make the bank yourself, you only have to pay for the cost of wood, which is usually much less than the cost of an item purchased in the store of similar style.
Build a fire pit seating, Form four planks of 48- and 20-inch lumber 1 for 3 in two rectangular frames. About two pieces of 20 inches for 22 3/4-inch thick plywood at the ends of the frames to form a box with wood and frames. About two pieces of 20 inches for 22 3/4-inch thick plywood at the ends of the frames to form a box with wood and frames. These pieces of plywood will fill in the gap of three – quarter inch between the long sides of the plywood and frame. Secure in place as did the larger sheets of plywood.
Place a sheet of plywood 22 49.5 inches at the top of the box – that will become the bottom – and attach it to the box frame and plywood with screws driven 1 5/8 inches every 5 to 6 inches around the perimeter. Position two hinges about 5 inches from each end of second sheet 22 by 49.5 inch plywood, which is the top bank. Ensure an average of the hinges with screws 5/8, then center the lid on top of the box and the second means of securing the hinges to the back of the box. Paint the bank storing the desired shape and let it dry fire pit seating before putting on the porch, patio or in the garden.
12 Fire Pit Seating Outdoor Bench With Storage Photos