If you're looking to upgrade your space without spending a fortune on furniture, consider a statement bench for additional seating
and a bit of pizzazz. Check out our pick of modern options and get ready to start planning that entryway
or room makeover STAT.
IKEA VÄSTERÖN Bench ($25):
We're loving the industrial vibe of this modern seat. And at this price, you'd be hard-pressed not to buy two!
Article Tablet Bench ($799):
When you're tight on space, you need furniture that does double-duty. This bench can serve as a coffee table, displaying books and trays, when it's not cleared for extra seating.
West Elm Celine Bench
The low back on this blue number means that it will work as an option for dining, permanent seating in your living room, or even your entryway.
Heller Vignelli Plastic Bench
This bench is made of durable plastic and comes in a variety of neon hues that make it ideal for a space that needs some pizzazz.
Mercury Row Farley Bench
How cute is this luxe seat? It's the perfect size to go at the end of your bed or under a window. And the arms mean you can lounge in style while you sip your morning coffee.
CB2 Peekaboo Bench ($545):
This adorably named "Peekaboo" bench is functional, stylish, and trendy. Display your blankets and extra pillows beneath for some added texture and purpose.
Anthropologie Darcy Daybed ($1498):
We can't get enough of this bolstered daybed. Available in several colors and materials, it's the ultimate indulgence because it's practically a piece of art.
Jonathan Adler Mongolian Lamb Bench ($1995):
Instead of layering sheepskins over your existing bench, you can upgrade to one that is already covered in the stuff. You'll want to run your hands through it every time you walk by.
Jeremiah Wood Bench ($159):
If you have an awkward space where you can't quite fit a loveseat, the spindles and high back on this bench are for you.
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