Outdoor Bench with Standing Height Table / How To Build Patio Furniture / Woodworking

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How To Build An Outdoor Bench with a Standing Height Table
Special Thanks To Rockler – //www.rockler.com/
Support on Patreon! – //www.patreon.com/ChrisSalomone


My back patio was in need of some outdoor furniture, so I got a bunch of plywood and started the remodel. This video focuses on a bench with a standing height table on the back. This is a pretty simple woodworking project that almost anybody could customize to their needs.

Bench: 17″ x 17″ x 76″ (with 2″ cushion on top)
Cabinet: 28″ x 16″ x 17″
Wall: 92″ x 43″ x 1.5″
Table Top: 88″ x 16″ x .75″



▸ Cross Cut Sled – //www.rockler.com/tablesaw-crosscut-sled
▸ Bandy Clamps – //www.rockler.com/rockler-bandy-clamps
▸ Glue Kit – //www.rockler.com/rockler-3-piece-silicone-glue-application-kit
▸ Sure Foot F-Style Clamps – //www.rockler.com/sure-footreg-f-style-clamps
▸ Aluminum Bar Clamp – //www.rockler.com/surefoot-aluminum-bar-clamps
▸ Clamp-It Corner Clamps – //www.rockler.com/clamp-it-corner-clamping-jig-with-clamp-it-assembly-square
▸ JIG IT Drill Guide – //www.rockler.com/jig-it-drill-guide
▸ JIG IT Hinge Plate Template – //www.rockler.com/jig-it-hinge-plate-template-a
▸ Folding Shelf Brackets – //www.rockler.com/folding-shelf-brackets-select-option



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▸ Lens – Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 | //amzn.to/2srKoHC
▸ Lens – Panasonic 35-100mm f/2.8 | //amzn.to/2tvcO8J


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Music by Chris Jon Johnson. Check him out on bandcamp.com under the name “Sleepy Pablo”.
Link – //sleepypablo.bandcamp.com/


Angelo Pop says:

Nice effect on min 1 Chris!

Brothers Make says:

Looks totally solid. Like a triple stack plywood sandwich. Nom 😁

Josh at LuLo Custom Woodshop says:

Maybe I missed it, but what was the finish that was used? Great job Chris. Looks great, very functional.

Jeff Forbes says:

Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing

matt mcl says:

Awesome build Chris, looking forward to the rest! Curious to know when laminating big sheets of ply together on the floor, are you concerned with how flat your floor is? Or maybe the plys kinda correct themselves or hold themselves flat?? Does that make sense? Thanks!!

TheCMLion says:

Wow! Nice work… very beefy!

Grant Trotter says:

1:50 weighing it down with clamps, haha

jumboclubwhitesandwich says:

I literally fell asleep watching this because of the music.

Sean Loughran says:

How long do you expect Plywood to hold up outside? I'd be afraid to use it in the Northeast with all the rain/snow.

Austin Shaw says:

What finish did you use? I’m building a bench for my back patio and I’m concerned about water but don’t want a glossy finish.

Moritz Stückler says:

Where did you get these seat cushions?

Chris Lowe says:

You usually make some pretty tasteful stuff but damn this is ugly.

Mike Builds says:

The thicker plywood look pulls this piece together

Cal L says:

Wouldn’t it make more sense to just use laminated stripes to reinforce the edges and get the same visuals? That’s quite a “few” pieces of plywood. While I am sure it will be nice and sturdy, wouldn’t it also be incredibly heavy?

Figments Made says:

And now we have to wait to see the next item on the order…

Ben Fox says:

This one really doesn't look good. Nice concept and great build, but the end product just doesn't hold up to the rest of your work in my view.


Cool beans Meat stick!

ff24 says:

Nice build, I really enjoy your videos. A suggestion from someone with a small shop. Build yourself a set of sawhorses about 24 inches high. Break down your plywood on these by laying a few 2×4's across these.You will have to slide your insulation backer between sheets as you cut. I usually unload directly onto these then break down with the track saw quickly and comfortably. Your back and knees will thank you and last years longer.

Bruce A. Ulrich says:

That's a whole lot of lamination, but cool that much of it was done without fasteners.

Akbar Prabowo says:

Panutanque 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

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