We raise cattle and on a daily basis have our boots piled up next to the back door after the long day working. This was unsightly when visitors came over, so if we had some type of storage to put our grungy boots on the back porch that problem would be solved. I planned a bench with under seat shortage. I used my new Ryobi drill, circular saw and air strike nailer to construct the bench. Using an old head board and scrap lumber it turned out beautifully. It not only solved my storage problem, but we now have extra seating when grilling out. All my friends love it too, they keep hinting to hire me to do one for them. My Ryobi tools are so easy to use, even for a novice like me.
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used head board, 2 X 4 board, 4 X 8 siding, 1 x 4 board, hinges, 2 1/2 exterior screws, plywood, and paint.