Outside storage bench – to keep items organized and off the lawn or on the terrace. Whether you use it for sports equipment, pool toys and lawn furniture, a storage bench a functional piece of furniture for any home. Align 2-inch edge of one of the 3-foot-long boards with the face of someone else to start building the structure of the bench. The two timber boards should form a right angle. Make sure the edge of the board is flush. Put the two boards with 4-inch nails. The hammer in a nail every 2 to 4 inches along the joint of the two pieces.
Put a 3 foot board structure at the front to form a right-angled U-shape. A board should have the 2-inch edge of two sheets of timber on it to keep the bench itself. Put the two boards with 4-inch nails. The hammer in a nail every 2 to 4 inches along the edge of the two boards. Leave the fourth 3-foot table to the side, as it will be the top of the outdoor storage bench. Place one of the 2-foot-by-2-foot boards on the open end of the U-shape to give the bench an enclosed side. Assigning 2-inch edge of the bench structure with 4-inch nail into the board.
Insert two hinges to a 2-inch of the 3-foot portion of the outdoor storage bench. Place the hinges a foot from each other so that the bench is opened and closed smoothly. Assigning bench with 2-inch screws hinges. Put the remaining 3-foot-long piece of lumber to the hinges to finish the bench. Assigning hinges with 2-inch screws on the board.