I'm so exciting to share our newest potting bench today. It was made from two old table pieces, one metal and one wood. For the back we used a semi- old window that had a few broken panes of glass. We knocked the glass out and replaced with chicken-wire.
The white metal was the frame from a table. Mike welded pieces to the sides to mimic the window look.
The top piece was a table top that had tile which we previously removed. We replaced it with reclaimed fence pieces.
A few hooks on the side for hanging.
A bottom shelf made from more reclaimed fencing.
And a few clothespins on the chicken-wire to keep things handy.
I am always looking for old garden tools when we are at flea markets or thrifting. Last weekend we found a few old all metal pieces.
I 've got a pretty good collection going of old garden tools and love the way they look on the potting benches. The red rake heads we also flea market finds.
A few flowers placed around the bench to help decorate it.
My favorite recent find was a little red tool box. It is perfect to hold the garden tools.
This is probably my favorite bench so far.
Thanks for stopping by,