Found Order - escued from the trash and hung high on a wall, a bookcase offers long, shallow shelves ideal for organizing garden containers. Below the bookcase stands a dresser. The top of the dresser was wrapped with tin, which allows the piece to function as a convenient potting bench.
This cleverly designed daybed was made using two matching full-size wooden doors. One door was cut in half vertically to form the two long sides; the other uncut door became the base for the cushion. Panels for the two short ends were constructed for this project, but they could be cut from a third door. After nailing the five sides together, add bun feet, prime, paint, and top with a ticking-stripe mattress.