Visit site
  • Tamara Baker

    DIY Furniture Transformations Garden Center Transform an armoire into a potting center that meets every need your green thumb could have. Start with an unfinished armoire, or salvage one from a garage sale or secondhand store. Line the inside of the cabinet with pieces of pegboard, remove the top drawer, and remove two panels of the doors. Paint the entire piece. Replace drawer hardware with knobs that fit the theme, and staple wire mesh into the door openings.

  • Nicole Davis

    Transform an old cabinet into a colorful potting shed.

  • Silas Kemmer

    Transform an old cabinet into a colorful potting bench! Here's how: #garden decorating before and after| http://gardeninteriordesign.blogspot.com

  • Gabriella Hale

    Repurpose an old china cabinet into a peppy potting bench with paint, tile and a few clever DIY ideas. Then add your favorite gardening gadgets and get growing. Love the bright color!

  • Natasha Tamminga

    24 Easy DIY Furniture Makeovers | Midwest Living Growing concerns Paint, tile and new storage transform this old china cabinet into a functional potting bench. Simple DIY tasks do the work: remove doors, add hooks, replace hardware and install tile.

Related Pins

Pañuelos Familia® Chic Metallic. Un Toque Chic que le dará brillo a cualquier lugar.

Repurpose an old china cabinet into a peppy potting bench with paint, tile, and a few clever DIY ideas. Then add your favorite gardening gadgets and get growing!

Children's garden: make a teepee in the back yard...I think they would never want to come inside again!

For my Garden...White Shabby Chic Style Country Cottage by 3vintagehearts on Etsy, $299.00

Add a CRIB headboard with pegboard to a dresser and you have an instant potting bench

I really want a potting table. I miss mine and can't wait to build one.

Multipurpose Display The Langes found an antique armoire that they turned into a stunning water feature and potting bench. The top of the armoire holds containers, seeds, and tools, as well as display small potted plants.

What You'll Need:What You'll Need: One or two wooden pallets Framing hammer Pry bar Measuring tape Straightedge Pencil Miter saw or circular saw 2x4 lumber (optional) Table saw 1-5/8-inch galvanized exterior screws Screw gun Glue (optional) Level Drill Sandpaper Tack cloth or vacuum Stain and polyurethane or primer and paint

Totally love the fact that it is red. Simple Potting Bench | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White

Beyond The Picket Fence: Potting Bench Inspiration