I saw a pine workbench kit in the local Menard's flyer. My husband wasn't on board with the idea from the beginning, but the price was great at $39. I stained it with deck stain after it was assembled. The boards in the kit had some seconds but that just added to the charm of my workbench/potting bench.
This was my potting bench early summer 2010.
This is 2011. My old pumps and galvanized pails were always in the potting bench vignettes.
I used the bottom shelf to display my budding collection of watering cans.
The summer of 2012, and more watering cans.
But changes are coming...
The makeshift $39 workbench from Menard's is going to retire, or at least be moved out to pasture.
A new potting bench will be taking it's prominent place on the front patio.
Yesterday, I saw it. Today I bought it.
A rustic sink repurposed with rough wood into a potting bench. Here it is on display at No Place Like Home Again.
It's just the thing I needed to raise my spirits that have been low due to an extra long winter!!!!!!!
The new bench will be making it's way to my house in the coming weeks! Stay tuned.
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