Storage banquette – Historians trace the use of stools or benches, back to the 1600s, when royalty used them as a formal seat in palaces and castles. These benches were usually covered with decorated fabrics that add to its real charm. Over the years, the sidewalk has become a comfortable and casual seating option in many American homes. Here’s a version of it in one sidewalk space yourself to a game room that is fit for a princess (or prince) and promises hours of fun tea parties and crafts sessions.
Determine where the sidewalk will be placed in the games room. Consider an L-shaped storage banquette if two perpendicular walls having usable space. Purchase a toy chest or trunk wood storage, whether finished or unfinished. An unfinished trunk must be lightly sanded, dusted and painted with two coats of paint, allowing drying time between coats. Consider white or cream paint a playroom for gender neutral or girl black or navy and the playroom of a child.
For L-shaped storage banquette, buy and finish two units. Buy the bench seat cushions. Ask them to do professionally or for a cheaper option to buy outdoor furniture cushions seat. Choose colors that coordinate with the theme of the game room: pink, purple and green for a girl’s room and navy, red and white for a child’s room, for example. Add coordinating cushions in matching solids and various shapes (circle, square) for decorative interest.