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10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Garden Benches

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10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Garden Benches

June 18, 2019

As much as I like working in my garden, what I really love is watching others work—squirrels furtively ferrying nuts to hideouts, bees on a tight schedule in the lemon tree, ants with plans. A comfortable garden bench is key to my surveillance efforts. Here are 10 wood garden benches (with deep seats and armrests) to keep you in the garden all afternoon.

Danish designer Povl Eskildsen&#8\2\17;s teak wooden Windsor Bench measures approximately 63 inches long (also available in a shorter length). For more information and prices, see Solpuri.
Above: Danish designer Povl Eskildsen’s teak wooden Windsor Bench measures approximately 63 inches long (also available in a shorter length). For more information and prices, see Solpuri.
 Made in Italy, a teak Notting Hill Garden Bench is about 60 inches long and comes in a choice of finish (either pickled or natural teak). For more information and US distributors, see Ethimo.
Above: Made in Italy, a teak Notting Hill Garden Bench is about 60 inches long and comes in a choice of finish (either pickled or natural teak). For more information and US distributors, see Ethimo.
Designed by Aurelian Barbry for Skagerak, a Plank Bench \144 is about 57 inches long; \$\1,\247 at Finnish Design Shop.
Above: Designed by Aurelian Barbry for Skagerak, a Plank Bench 144 is about 57 inches long; $1,247 at Finnish Design Shop.
A teak Sahara Garden Bench is 47 inches long; \$689.99 at All Modern.
Above: A teak Sahara Garden Bench is 47 inches long; $689.99 at All Modern.
 From Scandinavian designer Skagerak, a teak Drachmann Bench with a cross-back design is 65 inches long; \$\1,899 at Horne.
Above: From Scandinavian designer Skagerak, a teak Drachmann Bench with a cross-back design is 65 inches long; $1,899 at Horne.
 From Danish designer Povl Eskildsen, a Kingston Teak Bench is 5\2.5 inches long and \24.5 inches deep; for more information and pricing, see Gloster.
Above: From Danish designer Povl Eskildsen, a Kingston Teak Bench is 52.5 inches long and 24.5 inches deep; for more information and pricing, see Gloster.
With simple, modern lines, a Monaco Teak Outdoor Garden Seat from British designer Barlow Tyrie measures 47.\25 inches long and is \$\1,995 from Didrik&#8\2\17;s.
Above: With simple, modern lines, a Monaco Teak Outdoor Garden Seat from British designer Barlow Tyrie measures 47.25 inches long and is $1,995 from Didrik’s.
A 46-inch Lancaster Eucalyptus Wood Garden Bench is \$\15\2.69 from Wayfair.
Above: A 46-inch Lancaster Eucalyptus Wood Garden Bench is $152.69 from Wayfair.
An acacia wood Applaro two-seat bench is 48 \1/8 inches long, available in brown or white; \$95 at Ikea.
Above: An acacia wood Applaro two-seat bench is 48 1/8 inches long, available in brown or white; $95 at Ikea.
The Protected Teak Two Seat Garden Sofa at Terrain is \$998 and comes with a cushion.
Above: The Protected Teak Two Seat Garden Sofa at Terrain is $998 and comes with a cushion.

Before you choose outdoor furnishings, see Your First Outdoor Furniture: 5 Mistakes to Avoid and our curated design guide to Decks & Patios in our Garden Design 101 section. For more reasons to lounge around outdoors, see:

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