Modern DIY Outdoor Bench Plans - Redwood and Concrete
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Instant download PDF outdoor bench woodworking plan.
Build a modern DIY outdoor bench with poured concrete sides/legs and a durable redwood bench seat.
Finished dimensions: 12" D x 48" W x 18"H. The poured concrete sides are 2" thick, and the redwood bench top is 1 1/2" thick.
Watch the assembly video HERE to see more of the process.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate.
The 8-page woodworking plan includes detailed assembly and cut diagrams, as well as step by step assembly instructions. Required skills:
- Basic woodworking skills, including how to read a cut list/diagram, how to measure and cut accurately, how to rip boards using a table saw
- Basic concrete skills: creating a concrete mold, mixing and working with concrete
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Once purchased and downloaded, all you have to do is print and start building!
To build this outdoor concrete bench, you'll need:
- (2) Bags of Quikrete 50 lb. Fast-Setting Concrete Mix (We used the fast setting mix in the red bag. If you are new to concrete don't use the fast setting it's too fast for a beginner.)
- (1) Bucket of Water
- (1) 10 oz. Bottle of Quikrete Liquid Cement Color - Charcoal (if you want to change the color a little darker)
- (2) 2x6 x 96" - Redwood Boards (these will be cut down to width)
- (12) 1/4" x 1-1/4" Hex-Washer-Head Concrete Anchors
- (1) Box 1 1/4" Wood Screws
- (6) 3" 12-Gauge Angle Brackets
- (1) 8" 12-Gauge Heavy Strap Tie
- (1/2) Sheet Smooth plywood (for the forms)
- (1) Can of Gray Spray Paint
- (1) Can of Polyurethane
- (1) Can of WD-40
- 5 gallon bucket
- Magnesium Float
- Steel Finishing Trowel
- Tape Measure
- Orbital Sander
- Spray Bottle with Water
- Miter Saw
- Table Saw (for ripping boards to width)
- Hammer Drill
- 3/16" Concrete Drill Bit
- Brad Nail Gun
- 1" Brad Nails
- 150 grit sandpaper
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