My lovely assistant, DL (who also happens to be my husband) is a chemical engineer by trade, but he is also very handy to have around the house. Which is why he has enlisted to help me out by building things to put in the shop. (I have two booth spaces where I sell my stuff.)
This is his latest creation--a very utilitarian table that can be used for a dozen different things--a potting bench, a sofa table, a narrow table for a hallway, or to hold your flatscreen. The shelf on the bottom is perfect for baskets or bins, and the color is my own special mix of a pale green paint (wiped off wet) and a hand-rubbed gel stain. The effect is exactly what I wanted; very weathered, as if it's been outside for a couple of years, and is just a little bit mossy.
The best part? Is that it cost nothing to make! Why? Because DL is the Materials B!t@h.
This great table started out as pallets that DL
He may have a point.
Anyway--we're really pleased with how this upcycled project came together, and we're confident it'll sell quickly.
Thanks again to Karen for letting me crash her pad!
Thanks Kirby for standing in strong for me! You guys hop over to Kirb Appeal - you never know what is going to happen there! ...and word has it there's a little interview over there this weekend with someone you might know - ME ME ME ME!
Make something wonderful today!