Potting Bench This Potting Bench was made from pressure treated pine two by fours, 5/4” ptp deck planks and fence pickets, and reclaimed palette wood. The intent for this piece was to replace a set of saw horses and old table tops that my parents used as a potting bench. The result turned out much stronger and heavier than intended, though perhaps quite useful. The Potting Bench is a companion piece to the Shelving Unit as this measures 72” high by 60” wide by 30” deep. This unit will also be stained and sealed with outdoor waterproof sealer and is sure to see use as an outdoor miter saw & work bench. This was also my first project with palette wood. I stripped two non toxic palettes with my reciprocating saw and trimmed the pieces to size. I wanted the base of the unit to be secure while the body utilized the palette wood. Gaps between planks allow air to flow through while also keeping the contents protected from three sides. A shelf was added for easy access. The upper back panel features pressure treated pine fence pickets cut to size. The wood is strong enough to support a few hooks while also giving a little protection to the user at the bench. Once stained, hooks will be added to complete the look. I had considered adding a recycled dry sink though opted not to do so for now. Now my Dad can prep plants and pots with a bit more room and storage access.
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Cherry burl hollow form. 5” wide. I’m going to try something new for a surface treatment to the non-burl portion. We’ll see if it works, or if I ruin it; sometimes it’s good to push ourselves outside our comfort zone.
The other side of my shop wall... Storing my desk here so I can clean shop and get after it in the morning. Just need to add the thickness layer to the top and sand and it’ll be done. Finish coat Friday for both desks🤞🏻🤞🏻
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Going to get used to this view, panel glue-ups upon panel glue-ups. Rinse repeat. 🤕 . In a small shop I can't justify the space for an assembly table so I will take my time at this... 👍 . . . #cabinetmaker#kitchencabinets#woodworking