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Buffet Hutch Made From Pallets, Shipping Crates and A Piano Lid

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What to do with a bunch of left over pallet wood and shipping crate panels? Well – for us – it became the materials to build our buffet hutch in our dining room. It’s a large piece – measuring 6′ wide x 5′ high x 32″ deep. But it gives us a great place to display and store our dishes, bowls and glasses – while giving us a lot of storage room underneath. Storage room that we use to store our crock pots, electric skillet, roaster, and our canning pots and pressure cooker.
We created the framework for the piece by screwing and glueing together some old 2 x 3′ scrap lumber. Next up – we added two panels from a shipping crate to form the two sides of the hutch (The same crate panels we used to build the canning cabinet – they work great to provide walls for any cabinet project).
You can find out more about this piece at our blog: athttp://oldworldgardenfarms.com/2012/08/19/buffet-hutch-made-from-pallets-shipping-crates-and-a-piano-lid/

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY

    Amazing as always! You should have house tours - or farm tours, rather.

  • Old World Garden Farms

    Thank you Miriam...To be honest - we really want to some day - still a long way to go to get there...but maybe someday....:)

  • Kat =^.^=
    Kat =^.^= Boulder City, NV

    love that this beauty was made with several pieces of recycled wood and pieces parts! WOW nice job!

  • Katie
    Katie Canada

    I think you all are a huge inspiration. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your homesteading spirit. I really look forward to your posts. THANK YOU!!

  • Kate
    Kate Boston, MA

    Another Kate who thinks this is very nicely done! :)

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