...and I used it to build a bed frame (finally got rid of the coffee cans holding it up) and a bench for my balcony. A local store discarded a solid maple bread display, so I took apart the base and put it in my car. I grabbed one of the shelves as well. With my brother's help, we cut the legs down from 28" to 7", and used some of the leftover wood for the legs for my bench. I like free materials. However, I did spend $65 for the interior slab doors that make up the platform. They can always be recycled into...doors, I guess.
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- ► 2013 (98)
- Given the boot, heart like a stick
- Patterns and hey, look. Chairs.
- Henry Rollins alley whisky T-Bird
- Caution, shiny, climbable, driveable and for rent
- Alleys, pee reads, bless you on Gesundheit
- The. And other stuff.
- Red tight-skirted shadow feeder, crazy horse
- Work pics, how much is that doggie in the window?
- Bus stop, overpass, wooden obelisks
- Padded and sweet, old and lost
- Bikers on bridge
- Bridge series 2
- Bridge series 1
- Down by the CatBrew
- Two of these are the same thing
- A dumpster gave me wood...
- Red cat, green cat
- Don't try photographing these things at home
- Still in service
- In or around an alley
- ▼ June (21)