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This toolbox can be used indoors or outdoors (You can see another version of it here). It can be used to store magazines or newspapers. My cat has even been known to curl up in it with a blanket. We currently have some for sale in our Etsy shop.
The table below will be used in our bedroom to hold Gary's BiPap machine (Gary has sleep apnea).The bottom will hold supplies for the machine while the top will house the machine. This was made from scrap oak and the casters were purchased at the flea market for 4/$1. The table is finished with Bush Oil, which was purchased from Lakeshore Hardwoods.
This shelf is made of oak. Gary used the router to make a simple decorative edge around the top and then used a scroll saw to cut out the shelf brackets. After sanding he used Bush Oil to finish it off. A basket sits on the shelf to hold odds and ends for his BiPap machine.
He made it using 3/4" birch plywood that is roughly 15" x 15". He used a sanding drum to make the design along the edges and put about 8 coats of shellac on top of the horse decals.
This inexpensive scroll design was intended for the garden,
but framed, I thought it looked good in our bathroom since
we also have black and wood accents in the bathroom
already. Once again, Gary made the frame from some
scrap wood. He's also getting much better with his corners,
too. Total cost was $3 for the metal scroll work.
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