Cool work areas to work on if one wants to :)betty
I have two, Betty. One had cabinet doors. I think I'll make third one on my own this time.
You know you're very good at this.A great one for "S".Yvonne.
Thanks, Yvonne, but no I didn't know.
mine would fall apart quickly
You need minions!
What on earth would I do with one of those...?
Oh gee, a question I didn't prepare for.... um... build one for a friend?
Love the idea of a shop table. I focus on usability with all my designs and a shop table def makes working more efficient.
I understand that. This one is basic, but a nice place to begin.
We have a wonderful table like this in our garage...I remember being so excited about it when we first saw the house. It's now covered in garage crap, and I've never even used it :( grrrr...must clean out the garage!!!Katie @TheCyborgMom
Oh no, Katie! I have two with electrical outlets; building a third one without. I may regret that but can add them later.
Dixie, you've done it again...a cute little poem with the picture for the day. My hubby will be building one of these soon in his new shed.
Linda Kay! Tell him about the peg board. It holds all sorts of things, if he's inclined.
Hey human, Dixie,Great to see you still being active and staying involved with alphabet cult. Are you ready for the reflection pawsts about the reflection pawsts about reflecting about how amazing and gosh darn fun the A to Z is? Yes, this will cover the other eleven months of the year. Enjoy, Dixie, enjoy!Can the shop table become an occasional table? Which means, it could be a strange looking chair on other occasions. Pawsitive wishes and have fun,Penny!
Thanks, Penny. No time to reflect yet. I've had a lot of fun, no regrets.I wouldn't use this table as a chair.Thanks for visiting.
every garage or basement needs one or two of these! How else will work get done?
You're too funny, Kathe, but correct! Those elves love a shop table or two!!
What is your building skills suck and it comes out looking like a deranged duck?
You might find a friend and swap out talents. Like, make him a roast duck meal, and he can make you the shop table.
Simple and practical- I'd probably add a few sequins :-)
Oh, Lisa, that's funny!
You'd need a shop first of course.
Such may be the case.
That's a very nice table. I'm impressed!
This is an easy one, but I need that to build it by myself (smile).
A very popular spot in hubby's garage/hangar. I use it too!
I'm glad a have mine - they're great!Oh, that's right, you have the plane!!
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