//Outdoor Backless Benches – The Right Compliment For Any Landscape

Outdoor Backless Benches – The Right Compliment For Any Landscape

Outdoor backless benches have always been a favorite type of garden furniture. There are many styles, sizes and uses — making the backless bench an excellent choice for any garden, landscape, patio or anywhere extra seating is desired. There are so many materials available and pricing options making the backless bench choice simple.

Outdoor backless benches are available in an assortment of materials. Cast Iron, aluminum and stainless steel are extremely durable and long lasting. Cedar and teak are perfect types of wood that are weather resilient and beautiful. Recycled plastic is also a terrific choice offering low maintenance, a variety of colors, and of course it’s all recycled material so its earth friendly.

Backless benches are available in many different sizes from the smallest measuring around 3 feet to a grand size of 8 feet. This allows you to find the perfect size for a tailored fit or those hard to furnish areas. On a budget? There are many suitable price options to please the most frugal buyer. An assortment of high- end benches are readily available to bring just the right touch of elegance to your outdoor area.

Not having a back is what makes this bench so versatile. Use it in your landscapes as an accent piece for additional beauty or as the main focal point and build your garden around it. By the pool or pond, a backless bench will not block or obstruct your scenery and it gives you the option to face either direction for full visual access. The backless style allows this bench more placement options then a tradition bench. Additional seating is another asset. Use a long bench for expanding your dining area or any size bench where extra seating is needed.

Choosing the right bench is easy to do with all the styles and variety of materials that are available. There are so many lengths and prices to please just about everyone. Outdoor backless benches are a great fit for any decor. Landscapes, gardens and patios are not complete without this unique piece of furniture.

Samuel Francis is an avid furniture collector who specifically enjoys outdoor furniture. For more of his articles on outdoor decor, please visit http://www.outdoor-garden-benches.com, supplier of high quality garden furniture, including Outdoor Benches.

Cradle Mt from Hanson’s Peak, Tasmania Australia
This is one of the other shot’s I got whilst in the Cradle Mountain National Park. The lake area reminds me of the crater of a volcano and I like how you are so high up that the peaks of the mountains are shrouded in clouds.

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By Luke Zeme Photography on 2012-08-02 14:18:39

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    UE4 – Tutorial – Landscape Materials

    A quick tutorial on creating a landscape, and using landscape layers to paint your material.

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    By |2017-12-20T17:46:28-08:00December 20th, 2017|Categories: Gardening - Landscaping|16 Comments

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    1. Mircea D. Tagui 2017-12-20 at 5:56 PM - Reply

      beautiful landscape -great job!

    2. Sharing idea 2017-12-20 at 5:57 PM - Reply

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    3. Luc Mercelis 2017-12-20 at 5:59 PM - Reply

      great scene, well done!

    4. A.J. Pye 2017-12-20 at 5:59 PM - Reply

      Breathtaking scenery and some great clouds

    5. vivienrk 2017-12-20 at 6:01 PM - Reply

      Ѡ ҉ Ѡ gorgeous treatment!

    6. Matt Huber 2017-12-20 at 6:03 PM - Reply

      volume leveling, I can barely hear you at 100%

    7. A M 2017-12-20 at 6:06 PM - Reply

      After downloading the materials it wouldn’t let me import them onto unreal, just copy and paste them onto the ‘content’ folder if anyone is having the same problem

    8. The log of the Gamedev 2017-12-20 at 6:12 PM - Reply

      Hey bro, do you know How can I make tesellation/displacement map to landscape material ? For example; I made same thing like yours this video but I want add displacement map or tesellation. Which tuorial should I follow/watch ?

    9. Luke Zeme Photography 2017-12-20 at 6:14 PM - Reply

      Thanks everyone, I was so surprised that Australia had Landscapes like this. I’ve been to Switzerland and was sure there was no way we could compete with the mountain ranges it has.

      You always hear people say Tasmania is beautiful and now I am completely converted ! It is absolutely breathtaking 🙂 Can’t wait to return one day

    10. Iksana Imagery 2017-12-20 at 6:15 PM - Reply

      This is an amazing shot mate…..the best I’ve seen of the Lake and Cradle. Brilliant :))

    11. Stokeparker 2017-12-20 at 6:18 PM - Reply

      Stunning view

    12. SIR WOLOLOLO 2017-12-20 at 6:20 PM - Reply

      This is lagging Af on my Unreal :/ I guess i will have to find a onther way :/

    13. kup guitarplayer 2017-12-20 at 6:20 PM - Reply

      Very cool video, as always. Thank you and keep going!

    14. ABowlOfAwesome 2017-12-20 at 6:35 PM - Reply

      10:17 how do you fix that pixelated look?

    15. jeongchaeuk 2017-12-20 at 6:35 PM - Reply

      Thanks a lot.

    16. blauepics 2017-12-20 at 6:42 PM - Reply

      Impressive picture and landscape!

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