i made my very own!
Source: sears.com via delilahthomas on Pinterest
It might be hard to believe but Sears.com wanted $243 for this bench.
Source: crateandbarrel.com via delilahthomas on Pinterest
$153 at crate and barrel
Source: potterybarn.com via delilahthomas on Pinterest
And $199 at Pottery Barn....
Or you can make your own for $15-$20
It is simple, i used ana whites plans.
You start by cutting all your wood. I have a table miter saw that I use
So sorry I don't have step by step instructions but I'm always in a hurry to get things done. (this goes back to my post about time) You can see here that I made the base and then I'm just placing the boards on top then started screwing them in.
attached the legs and BAM! How do you like me now?
I love it. it is so pretty. I used Ana Whites plans... her instructions are fabulous!
I kinda wish I would have just stained it but instead I painted it an Antique white because I wanted it to match my deck railings.
Not too shabby right?
Thanks for looking! I will be sharing my project with these blogs:
Great work on the bench! Yours looks every bit as good as the store bought ones!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
It looks like you did a nice job on it!
Isn't Ana great? I love her site and have about 1,548,398,643 things from it I want to make. I would love it if you would share this on my linky party - Tout It Tuesday. http://www.claimingourspace.com/2012/07/tout-it-tuesday-15.htmlReplyDelete