Screen Door Potting Stand/Kitchen furniture

November 15th, 2008 in member junk     
junkartqueen junkartqueen, member
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I paint on some of my junking projects.  This is a screen door made into a potting stand. It  stands alone, and has a bench on the opposite side. The lady who bought it said she was going to use it in her kitchen.
This is another screen door aparatus we use in the yard to put plants on and gather our other yard stuff around.
I paint on some of my junking projects.  This is a screen door made into a potting stand. It  stands alone, and has a bench on the opposite side. The lady who bought it said she was going to use it in her kitchen.

I paint on some of my junking projects.  This is a screen door made into a potting stand. It  stands alone, and has a bench on the opposite side. The lady who bought it said she was going to use it in her kitchen.


All of the pictures I post are created by me and my husband, David. It's fun to just collect junk to add to the garden decor we create.  We enjoy having this junk in our own yard.

 


Pattern or design used: My own design - Susan Wymola
posted in: member junk, planter, plant stand, potting stand, yard ornament

Comments (8)

gilswife writes: OMG THOSE ARE AWESOME!!! I especially love the Rooster one!!!...... Donna Posted: 4:14 pm on February 6th
eliz2nd writes: pretty pretty pretty and looks very functional as well Posted: 9:43 am on February 5th
suewhitney writes: Wonderful projects. They are like a breath of fresh air for me...living in Minnesota and all! Thanks so much for sharing.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:29 am on November 16th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love the way you added that fresh coat of green to the top of the table. It goes very well with the rest of the shabby time-worn parts of the piece. Very nice!

Candy Posted: 8:17 am on November 16th
LuAnn writes: What great stand alone pieces. You and your husband sure do good work. Hope to see more pics.

LuAnn Posted: 7:59 am on November 16th
italianpeasant writes: great job, ain't junk grand :) Posted: 7:52 pm on November 15th
georgiamoon writes: Wow, very creative use of old stuff to make an architectural piece that can stand alone. It looks great with your lawn furniture and plants. Great job, Georgia Posted: 7:29 pm on November 15th
Countryinthecity writes: I love this, what a great way to enjoy your own art. It's beautiful, architecturally interesting AND functional. I love it! Keep sharing your painted projects.
Sue Posted: 7:17 pm on November 15th
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