Teak wood shower bench is a wood found naturally in the eastern hemisphere. It is a hardwood that is known to have excellent ability to resist moisture. Teak is an expensive wood in the United States because of the distance that has to be sent, but it is preferred for chairs for shower and other furniture by consumers because of its beautiful appearance. The construction of a teak shower bench will be more expensive than the construction of a similar cedar bench. However, it will cost much less to build your own than it would cost to buy one.
Lay two 16-inch boards on the edge, parallel and 9 inches apart. The 9-inch wooden boards between them so they are perpendicular to the 16-inch and 14-inch teak wood plates. Screw through the 16-inch plates and into the ends of the 9-inch teak wood boards. This is the frame to the teak bench shower.
Place the flat frame and the position of the 15-inch teak boards perpendicular to the inside corners of the frame. Screw through the corners of the frame with four screws for each corner to secure the 15-inch plates. These plates are the legs to your bank. The legs should be even to ensure that your bench does not wobble, so make sure that the ends of the 15-inch boards are flush with one side of the structure before they are screwed.