Coat Cubby/Garden center and Picket Fence Table

June 9th, 2010 in member junk     
CoffeeLady CoffeeLady, member
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This is actually quite big and sturdy.  I put it together with L brackets and then used door knobs and a hook I had.  I was inspired by pottery barn stuff.
I added these little wooden bottoms for a fun look.
Here you can see that the top of the table is the fence and the bottom are four spindles I had and then we used scrap wood for a cross bar for support.  I did this one with my dad.
This is a look at how long it is with great character in the chipping paint and hole in it.
This is actually quite big and sturdy.  I put it together with L brackets and then used door knobs and a hook I had.  I was inspired by pottery barn stuff.

This is actually quite big and sturdy.  I put it together with "L" brackets and then used door knobs and a hook I had.  I was inspired by pottery barn stuff.


These are two things that I created a while ago.  The coat cubby/Garden stuff center was made out of kitchen cabinet doors left over from a remodeling project.  At times it held jackets, baskets and shoes, at other times plants, garden tools and apron.  The table was made from an old fence I found in the back yard when I moved into my first home.  I have used it as a desk and potting table.  I actually just sold it to other treasure hunters this weekend.  I had fun with it, but I have no room in my new place for it.  At least it found a good home.  Just some fun cottage type things to share.  Never let materials go to waste!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, plant holder, furniture, organizer, garden, outdoor spaces, white, shelf, table, coat rack

Comments (3)

PinkPeach writes: Hi! I just found this blog, love it. This looks great! Posted: 6:54 pm on June 12th
alicemom writes: Good girl! no waste! looks great.
smiles, alice Posted: 6:18 pm on June 11th
RustyDiva writes: Love that you reused everything! Way to go and it looks great. Posted: 3:23 pm on June 10th
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