Inspired by the Fancy X Table plans, this table was made from scraps of thresholds and door frames. The table legs were made from the runners and deck board from shipping pallets.
The Vintner's Hutch was created by re-purposing fencing for the wine rack, decking for the buffet top & pallets for the buffet itself.
The little guy featured in the additional pics is a twin to another accent table. All three tables can now be joined to make one 12' long table for the ultimate family feast. Magnets are used to make the connections!
It is an honor to post these on the Brag Board since I was inspired by the old "Knock-off Wood" to start building furniture 18 months ago as a way to bring in income and help pay for my wife's MS medicine. A humble and sincere "thank you, Anna" for reminding me that , even if I can't do much, I will never be accused of not doing what I can. You've inspired me to stop feeling sorry for myself when money was tight and collectors were calling. Now I proudly own Chucked Wood; where old pallets go to live!
Here's to life...
What a nice post and beautiful builds! Keep up the great work and best wishes in your endeavors.
I sincerely appreciate your kind words... Cheers!
You are very talented. These pieces are beautiful. I would never have guessed they were all made by "upcycling" old wood. Your story is very inspiring. Keep up the good work!
Goodness Pam, I really appreciate your kind words. I am always floored by your brag posts!
Makes me want to sit down there and enjoy the company of great friends and some wine, cheese and some fresh crusty bread. amazing!!! Your wife is very lucky to have you!
I'm blessed to have her. As cool as Anna is, Shelby has taught me how to be authentic, sincere and thankful for the small stuff.
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