Potting Tables from random bits


In true Gypsy Barn style - nothing gets thrown out - ever! there's always a use for in some manner! Here are a few potting tables I made last year for the local Garden Show.
Old deck boards, two ceiling fan blade holders 2 rail spikes and some paint
Old deck boards, two ceiling fan blade holders 2 rail spikes and some paint
Old door, fence boards, table legs, two old screen window frames, left over electric fence wire (the large dragonflies) and two drawer pulls to hang your towels and tools on
Old door, fence boards, table legs, two old screen window frames, left over electric fence wire (the large dragonflies) and two drawer pulls to hang your towels and tools on
An old door - some old trim and molding, an old screen and some fence boards! Voila! Using a screen for your potting table really helps when it comes to rinsing it off or collecting spilled soil or excess water
An old door - some old trim and molding, an old screen and some fence boards! Voila! Using a screen for your potting table really helps when it comes to rinsing it off or collecting spilled soil or excess water
This was bits to an old deck
This was bits to an old deck
Check out the other photo of this to see what it used to be!
Check out the other photo of this to see what it used to be!
Oh yes! A whole new use for a bed! The WHOLE bed! Do you know how much good wood is in a box spring? Well .. now you do!
Oh yes! A whole new use for a bed! The WHOLE bed! Do you know how much good wood is in a box spring? Well .. now you do!
True story !
True story !

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