All of the yard work and other summer activities have slowed down the progress in Bob's workshop. But, he finally finished this step-back cupboard the other day.
It is all made out of pallets and reclaimed barnwood. It took what seemed like forever to plane down all of the boards.
It is huge at 7 feet tall, and completely finished on the back; so it could be used as a room divider.
The top shelf unit is removable and it has hidden castors in the base for ease in moving.
Lots of storage -- the upper shelves each have plate rails.
It is currently at the consignment shop for sale.
See that wonderful green tool box in the photo below? Bob cleaned and polished it up, and sealed that beautiful original green paint finish. And, he rebuilt the cubby storage units inside --- I loved this box!!!! It was my favorite of the myriad of tool boxes we own.
Well, I turned my back one day; and Bob thinking we had too many tool boxes on the back porch, hauled it off to the consignment store. And, of course, it sold right away.
Oh my, so sad am I. Oh, well.
That's life in the Salmagundi workshop.
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