The furniture driftwood reached its highest popularity during the years 1960 and 1970. However, except for occasional retro decorations, and not used in living rooms. The garden is an entirely different matter; a landscape seaside cries out for a bench or chairs driftwood.
- Select driftwood for your bank. Expose all parts, working from the front to the back. Begins with three to four pieces of 5 to 6 feet for the seat.
- Choose two hard pieces of furniture driftwood for the front legs. Together with these two hard pieces placed 36 to 40 inches for use as supports for rear legs and the back of the seat.
- Exposes the driftwood to the horizontal pieces bear the lower back, middle back and shoulders when the bank is armed.
- Cut the driftwood to fit your model. The two front legs should be 18 inches long, and all four legs should be flat bottom.
- Place the furniture driftwood for the seat on a flat surface with the smooth side down. Then put the two crossed by the seat parts, aligning 1 foot from each end and it is flush with the front.
- One all four legs to the bottom of the seat, so they are flush with the front and abut the sides of the cross pieces.