• Salvaged ~ Build A Potting Bench From Shutters!

    Posted on July 3, 2014 by in DIY home and garden craft projects, Recycled and repurposed items as garden art, Things that inspire me in the garden
    Shutter Challenge http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/salvaged-the-32-shutter-challenge-repurposing-shutters-in-the-garden/

    Salvaged! The 32 Shutter Challenge

     

     

    When you are given thirty-two old wooden shutters there’s a lot of projects to make! Here’s what I made from just four of them – a potting bench. Right next to the garden and attached to the garden shed, this potting bench is in the perfect location. If you can use a saw and a drill, you can do this project! Look below for the easy pictured directions!
     

     

     

     

     

    Shutter Potting Bench http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/salvaged-build-a-potting-bench-from-shutters/

    Two shutters for the table top and two shutters for the legs. Just screw them together where they meet!

    Shutter Potting Bench

    Two shutters were cut in half to serve as the potting bench legs. Attach the potting bench to the shed with screws for extra stability!

    A little painting and the potting bench is ready for use! Now I have a place to store all my pots and work on messy repotting jobs. Plus, it looks pretty darn cute, don’t you think?

    Potting Bench Made From Shutters

    Painted and ready to use ~ Shutter Potting Bench

     

     

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