Industrial Laundry Crate Table

June 8th, 2016 in blog, member junk     
JunkArchitect Jim Healy, editor
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A burst of orange against the moss green walls.
Just the way I like it, a distressed mess.
The large table top makes it funky and functional. It lifts off and is a great place to store tools.
Raw materials.
Masking off the area for the bin number.
Vintage stenciles were used to create the handpainted graphics.
Corner guards fabricated from steel angles and then given a rusty finish.
Casters allow the table to move effortlessly. 
A burst of orange against the moss green walls.

A burst of orange against the moss green walls.

Photo: Jim Healy (copyright 2016)

I envisioned a table for my breezeway that looked like it had been used and abused for the last 75 years. So inspired by a recent architectural project of converting an old commercial laundry into an industrial themed retail store I went with the idea of a laundry crate table.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jim Healy - JunkArchitect (copyright 2016)
posted in: blog, member junk, vintage, wood, industrial, furniture, table, laundry, jim healy, junk architect

Comments (3)

georgiamoon writes: Well, this turned out amazing!! I love the color and the contrast with the wall color. Once again you took new materials and aged them to perfection! Posted: 8:05 am on May 24th
PinkysMom writes: You can take new wood and create a piece that looks like authentic vintage!
Great job, Jim!


suZi Posted: 2:50 pm on May 23rd
suewhitney writes: Unbelievably cool! Jus Me Posted: 9:58 am on May 23rd
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