Our roundup of the best dining benches.
Below: Crate and Barrel's Pacifica Bench; made of sustainably harvested, untreated teak. 73 inches long; $499.
Below: Context Furniture Truss Museum Bench in birch plywood and plastic laminate. Available in espresso, moss gray, red, or white. 60 inches long; $465.
Below: Henrybuilt's Wood Bench 5 in solid, plain-sawn American black walnut. Also available in walnut, rift-cut white oak, teak, or wenge. 72 inches long; $3,200.
Below: Moooi Shaker-inspired solid oak AVL Bench; available in small (47 inches long) and large (70 inches long); colors (white, black, red, orange); natural wood. $1,268 or $1,340 at Unica Home.
Below: Staach Cain Collection bench; available in black, blue, gray, green, red, white, yellow, maple, or poplar. Each piece is handmade in the company's NY workshop from certified wood. 47.25 inches long; $230 to $360 at Design Public.
Below: Belgium-made solid Oak Bench from Boston-based Lekker Home. Available in sizes ranging from 39 inches long to 98.5 inches long; from $660 to $1,100.
Below: Double Teak Dining Bench, imported from Belgium, 78.75 inches long, $800 (down from $880) at DWR.
Below: New England Low Back Settee bench from the Workshops of David T. Smith for $995.
Below: Hancock Bench from Room and Board; 94 inches long; $529.
Below: Ikea Norden Bench in solid birch; 59 inches long; $59.