I found these three chairs in an alley. I have been hunting three chairs for just exactly this project. These were just exactly what the Dr. ordered for putting this project into action. The arms and legs had to have a little adjustment...but I'm super happy...can't wait to find three more! http://www.dejavuedesigns.com/triple-sitter-... #Bestof2012...»
Since my sis told me about this site Ive loved the ability to scan threw all the posts for ideas and being able to show off some of my own work and be able to get feed back on some of
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My husband and I built this out of left over deck railing. We had four equal peices of deck railing left over, so first we made brace boards for the corners out of some leftover 2x4's, inserted plywood in between the deck railing and the corner braces, then made the top with 1x6 deck cedar deck board. I also lined it with waterproof fabric on the inside, with no bottom there was no need to do the bottom. I plan to rremove the magnolia I have in the center and replace it with a Dwarf
Alberta Spruce in the fall. Should be cute for Christmas!
This was an old cinder-block building that was used for storage. She added wood at the top and the gingerbread trim, put a french door from Habitat for Humanity. Put a $10 fan inside & made it her art studio.