5.10.2012

barnwood potting table

pinterestphoto
I first mentioned here that husband was going to build a pinterest inspired potting table out of old barnwood. Free old barnwood.
And that he did.
For free.
I absolutely adore this rustic table that now takes up half of our patio.
Honestly though, it's awesome.
Not to mention, our table is sooo much better than the one on pinterest.
Because our table has a bottle opener.
Imagine that.
Husband would put a bottle opener on Sherman if he could.
Don't worry, Sherm. I wouldn't let him do that.

Nicely done, Dan.
Nicely done.

51 comments:

  1. LOVE it! Especially the bottle opener! Good man, he is :)
    Pinterest inspiration is sooooo addictive!!

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  2. That is awesome! He's super handy man!

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  3. what a handy man! its beautiful and i bet you can't wait to put lots of pretty plants on it :)

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  4. It looks wonderful! I wish I had some wood I could throw at my husband and get it back all pretty :)

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  5. Ohhhhh I love this table! (and that bonsai tree in the first picture!)

    Now... if only I had a backyard to put one in... haha :)

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  6. What a great idea! I love it!

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  7. I love this table. Can Husband make me one too? I don't have a Husband so, yes, I'm asking if yours can do it. And HI SHERMS!

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  8. I love that table. Love it.

    My boyfriend makes furniture. Actually, he's made too much furniture and I've told him to stop.

    I hate dusting.

    But I would like a table like that.

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  9. I'm jealous. What a gorgeous table!

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  10. Holy crap, that is awesome! And the bottle opener is just pure magic.

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  11. i love it. it turned out fantastic, and beautiful. maybe they have a collar charm that is a bottle opener?

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  12. this is gorgous. and best of all free! and made with love.

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  13. Hahahaha! LOVE the bottle opener touch :-D Awesome job!

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  14. hubby did a nice job...looks amazing!

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  15. Clearly, your table would not have been complete without the bottle opener. That's the perfect finishing touch. Way to go, Dan!

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  16. Oh my goodness, it's fabulous!! And to think I was going to put a hook for a towel on mine, ha! Bottle opener is clearly better! :)

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  17. So very cool! I've been wanting to a rustic-inspired coffee table of the same sorts...where on this fabulous earth were you able to find the free wood??

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  18. So cute!! Love it. Love that he added a bottle opener to it too, ha!

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  19. OMG that's beautiful! Great job. Hmmm Hubs may actually like to do this project...

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  20. Wow!!!! Super impressed!

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  21. seriously!? this is amazing. Both the fact that you have a lovely table and an awesome husband! xo

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  22. what a beautiful table! It looks lovely with your plants. You have a wonderful husband! BTW I really like your blog :)

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  23. love that table!! seriously now i know one for our backyard. and the bottle opened is such a necessary touch for summer parties

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  24. OMG your hubby did an awesome job! If A ever gets around to finishing the 1,000,000 other prjects he needs to finish, this will go on the list. Love, love, love.

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  25. Can I please borrow your totally crafty husband for all future projects!? haha. The table turned out completely fab!

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  26. Holy cow, your dog is so adorable. I wouldn't let him put a bottle opener on Sherman either! The table looks awesome, good work! Pinterest is great for inspiring. I usually love my own projects lots more too :)

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  27. Ummm... GORGEOUS! Tim and I want to make a headboard out of barnwood!

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  28. Gorgeous! And I love the bottle opener lol. Such a guy ;)

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  29. That is gorgeous! Now if only I didn't kill plants, I could actually have use for a potting table... I mean, I guess I could just get one for looks- ha!

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  30. I love following your blog. :) Seriously. Come stop by and come follow!
    xoxo,
    Sierra
    Oh, Just Living the Dream

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  31. thats so awesome! no outdoor table would be complete with out a bottle opener!

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  32. I love this table.
    I love that dog.
    I love your blog.
    I love the bottle opener on the dog reference.
    I love you, most importantly.

    yup.

    follow me? ;)

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  33. Oh wow, looks like the hubby is a talented fella!!!
    Love the bottle opener and loved the bottle opener on the dog even more LOL :)

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  34. This is so dang cute!!!!

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  35. I love it!! It has so much personality.

    Did I just say a table has personality?

    Whatever - it does.

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  36. i added your button to my blog! would you want to do the same and add mine to yours? it would be greatly appreciated if so!

    xo
    justadashofkeena.blogspot.com

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  37. this is seriously amazing! looks just like the inspiration!

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  38. Nice! Love it! And love the bottle opener is the best. My husband would have done the same!

    xo

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  39. This is the BEST! My bf says he will make something from Pinterest.... he NEVER does! I seriously love this. Sherman is adorable!

    xo, Megan
    indie flower

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  40. Omg this amazing. I love it. Has such a shabby chic feel to it!

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  41. Your hubby scores again!

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  42. You might be able to quit your job if you would rent Dan out on weekends!! (Food for thought)

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  43. i love this barn table! and the bottle opener is a great touch. nice work!
    xoxo
    ali
    www.derrickandali.blogspot.com

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  44. oh my goodness, it turned out great!
    ya gotta love free old barn wood

    xo Jessica
    www.newlyloved.com

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  45. This is a fantastic idea. Pinterest is the new google except so much better. Classy touch with the bottle opener :)

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  46. Ahhh I love this! Free barn wood is the best, we have some in our garage right now. It is soon to become a top on a coffee table :)

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  47. where the heck can I get old barnwood? or pallets?!?!??!

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