DIY Retro Upholstered Entryway Bench

upholstered entry way bench with storage

Welcome to the second week of my four week DIY series with RYOBI Power Tools! Today, I am beyond excited to spill the beans on my next functional project – my DIY Retro Upholstered Entryway Bench! Not only can you now find the full tutorial for this project on YouTube, but you can also fund the free printable plans on RYOBI Nation! Don’t forget to enter to win some power tools as well!

DIY Retro Upholstered Entryway Bench

Want to catch the video version of this tutorial? You can find it on my YouTube channel! Make sure to subscribe if you like what you see!

I am seriously obsessed with how sleek and fun this bench looks in our little studio apartment. It has such great purpose and is so functional! I also love that I can hide our pocket clutter in the small drawer and stack some fun magazines and books in the nook.

modern upholstered entryway bench

In all honesty, this feels like one of my favorite builds of all time!

mid century modern bench

As promised, you can find the FREE plans to this bench on RYOBI Nation!

Looking for the links to the materials and embellishments I used on this project? Here is a list of affiliate links (p.s. DIY Huntress receives commission on each purchase made through these links. For more info, click here!):

Leather Pull (I stained mine darker with wood stain)
•  (4) Tapered Table Legs
•  (4) Angled Leg Plates
•  3″ Foam
•  Batting
•  Fabric
•  12″ Drawer Slides

Enter to Win Free RYOBI Power Tools!

upholstered shoe bench

Want to win free power tools? Well, you’re in luck! I’m partnering with RYOBI to give away $500 in power tools to 3 lucky winners! All you have to do is build one of my four functional projects and share the photo on social media! Make sure to tag it to #sweepstakes as well as tag @diyhuntress and RYOBI Power Tools in your post! That’s it!

You can find the full details on the giveaway here!

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Pinterest - Mid Century Moden Entry Way Bench

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This project is sponsored by RYOBI Power Tools. For my full disclaimer policy, click here.

Sam Raimondi

Sam is a full time psychologist and part time content creator from Long Island, New York.




  • John Smith

    It is a good product. Really nice also the content is good.

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