You should look for two wooden pallets. The pallets should be clean, strong and neat. One pallet is used to make the frame of the seat, which provides structural support, while the other is used to make the top, side and the back of the seat.
Using a pencil and a measuring tape, mark the wooden planks to 24 by 72 inches, and cut using a circular saw. You will use the planks to make the top, side and back of the seat.
Using nails, screws, nail gun and drill machine, make a whole frame using the planks. Place the frame on the ground and align all the wooden pallets. Using your drill machine and two inch deck screws, join the top and bottom planks of the seat. Ensure you drill the screws progressive at the front and back edges, within four points.
You are now set to make the sides the seat. Ensure you measure and mark the pallets at 24 inches. Now cut the planks into half, but ensure they are perpendicular with the top plank.
Ensure you align the front edge of the side plank with the bottom plank of the seat. Using a drill machine and 2 inches wood screws, join the two planks, and repeat the same for the other side.
Now attach the back plank with the seat and side planks, while ensuring the plank and the edge of the side planks are aligned. To achieve this, use the half inch wood screws and the angular brackets.
Measure and mark a one by six inch cedar plank. The measurement should equal those of the top and side edges planks. Now place the pile on top of the back plank and ensure you align the edges with those of the side and back planks. Using your nail gun and finish nails, attach the planks.
Measure and mark two 0ne by six cedar planks, to equal the size of the side planks. Now cut them to make seats arms. Then place the pallet on the side planks and ensure the inner edges of the plank are aligned with it. Use the nail gun and finish nails to join the top arm and the side planks.
On the side of the back plank, position a one by six inches cedar plank. Now measure and mark the length starting from the top edge of the back up to the arm of the side plank. Mark the pile using a pencil and cut using a circular saw. Flush the corners and edges of the cedar pile. Using the nail gun and finishing nails, attach the pile to the back plank sides.
Pick another cedar pile and make its measurement to be equivalent to the distance from one to the other side planks. The distance should be equal to the planks of the seat and the back. Now attach the plank to solid points on the seat plank.
Using an orbital sander and an 80grit sand paper, smooth all rough and untidy corners, surfaces and edges, to give the seat the last finishing.
Place cushions and throw pillows, which have bright colors, to give the seat a beautiful and attractive appearance.