Multi-Function Seat That Turns Into a Bench, Armchair, Table and More!

Multifunctional Seat

When you consider chairs for something other than their function, you find that the designs behind their making, and the reasons we enjoy them, encompass vast and varied concepts.

Sure, a chair is something you sit on. But it is the very simplicity of their purpose that makes designing a desirable chair so difficult.

This designer two-seater can be several other kinds of furniture for you, depending on your needs. And what’s more to like about this elegant piece of furniture is that anyone can DIY it now!

Multifunction Seat

This multi-function seat can transform into a bench, an armchair, a two-seater, a seat with a side table, or a display table in just seconds! But it’s not only versatile, but it also looks good too. It is neatly designed with lines seeming like an art piece in a room.

While it may appear complicated, this designer furniture is surprisingly very simple to build. You just have to be a little more patient as it involves quite a bit of shaping and cutting of plywood sheets. Once you’re done, you will end up with a sturdy, 120 kg piece of furniture you will always enjoy!

Get your tools and materials ready and watch how it’s done below!

You’ll need these materials:

  • 17mm Structural CD Plywood
  • 1.8 meter long 50xd Galvanized Steel Poles
  • 250 ml Wood Glue
  • Bullet Head Nails
  • Lacquer Finish

And these tools:

  • Pencil Marker
  • Drill
  • Jigsaw
  • Router with flash trimming bit
  • Hammer
  • Sander
  • Paint Roller
  • Adhesive Spreader

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