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Upcycled Beverage Station

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I took an old thrift store door that I was using as a plate rack on our screened porch and turned it into a fun and functional beverage station just in time for summer! Visit my blog for all of the details and materials used for the project. Minimal skill is required! time
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Hard to believe this was once an old chipping door!
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I scraped away the old, peeling paint.
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I painted all parts with an outdoor paint with primer included. It's the same paint used on the other pieces on my porch.
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I use Elmer's Probond to adhere the wine rack and the wooden shelves to the brackets.
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  • upcycled beverage station, outdoor furniture, outdoor living, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
Such a great spot to serve up a cold beverage on a hot summer day!

To see more: http://www.oursouthernhomesc.com/2014/06/upcycled-beverage-station.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Marcy
    Marcy Southfield, MI

    I really love what you did!

  • Elaine M
    Elaine M Saint Louis, MO

    Best door upcycle I've seen.

  • Betty819
    Betty819 Silver Spring, MD

    Christy, you are a genius! This is so unique! When I see what you have done with a round metal tray makes me wonder if I still have a round one in with my other trays that I could use the black chalkboard paint to. Wished my handwriting was as

  • Betty819
    Betty819 Silver Spring, MD

    Just thought of something else..since this beverage station is out in the elements..what type of paint did you use? Did you have to use a sealer on it after your base coat dried? Did you start out with using a primer, then your basecoat?

  • Slaw226
    Slaw226 Anaheim, CA

    Great idea.....love it!


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