|I almost forgot to get a before pic!|
Not wanting to spend much I combed the garage sale sights and found a bakers rack at a reasonable price that I thought would do the trick. It was a little rusty and needed a shelf but I thought I could work with it. After bringing it home and cleaning it up a bit I began by spray painting it, I don't recommend painting on a windy day because you use twice as much paint!
|These first few pics were snapped with my phone cause a girl can't run power tools and take pics!|
Next up was the shelf, we had several pieces of cedar left from using it on the exterior of the house so I cut a couple of pieces to fit the opening and added a brace on each side of the underneath for support. Almost a perfect fit, I need a little help from Wonderful to use the table saw to cut a small board for the back of the shelf.
Love the way it turned out, perfect for the space. I was able to add some fun decor creating an inviting atmosphere on the patio. It is our favorite place to have dinner in the spring and fall! This was such an easy and inexpensive project! The only thing left to add is an umbrella for the table!
|This minnow bucket has a secret! I can't wait to show you!|
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