DIY Floor Table: Pinterest Inspiration
Reasons I Love Pinterest
There are plenty of reasons I love Pinterest. One of the main ones is for inspiration. It usual starts with a thought/a find/an idea to create something fun/interesting/useful. My latest inspiration fascination was - what to do with a board I found in the woods surrounding my country home. I often troll these woods for all manner of things - glass bottles, big rocks, aged-wood boards, discarded junk in general to add to my treasured collection of stuff.
My latest find - a substantial piece of wood board that has a lovely aged/rugged look. Now what to do? Do I use it to make a table? a shelf? what?
trolling for ideas
Here's what I found that hit my hot button. Adding wheels to the board and place it on the long wall at the foyer.
I have a pretty awesome blister on the palm of my right hand. Yes, I know there are powertools that can ameliorate that problem, but that involved too much work to get it all out of the garage so late at night.
|Notice the ubiquitous "W"|
I snatched up this wire basket and several others from an pile of "stuff" in a storage shed when I was away on a personal retreat. The grounds keeper gave all of them to me for $10. Score!
|my new "floor table on casters"|
Don't you just love it? I have so many magazines that I will be able to stack on my new
"floor table". Did I just created a new furniture term? Let the trend begin ;)
More Wheel Love
Once I find something I love - I repeat. So I saw this Pinterest Inspiration as well and decided to add casters to a wooden crate I purchased a while back and currently use as a boot tray.
You absolutely have to have boots up here at White Sweet House - this is full-on country living. I'm pretty sure we have boots in every size.
I love the wheels
I am at our country home all week, with a few back and forth trips to the city for the children's activities and other random responsibilities, so I have a whole host of DIY projects to entertain myself with while here. I'll keep you posted.
Stay tuned for how to get rid of annoying tree stumps - my current ongoing project.
Carol H. Wright
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