Corner bench – Take a piece of cardboard or a wooden board with the steps you took in step 1 and place it in the corner to ensure that measures are appropriate to your criteria. Cut the seat birch plywood with a circular saw according to your measurements, cutting the same 2 inches (5 cm) larger than desired to have additional wood to make the edges and place the upholstery. Walking poles standing at an angle of 90 degrees and make sure all the legs are straight. Sand the wood surface until smooth.
Place a strip of wood 2 inches thick on the wall where you want to be the seat and fasten it with nails. The bar will provide support to the corner bench. Hind legs positioned at the two ends of the lath. Rivets birch plywood seat to the ends thereof.
Cut the foam to the same extent that the seat and place it on top of it to make it more comfortable. You can nail the four corner bench to secure the foam in place. Make sure the nails or screws are fixed firmly to the seat. Cover the foam with a coarse cloth, carefully tucking the sides thereof using the pins.