Initially, the cabinet looked like this:
It was a sturdy piece that I got from Ken. Interior was white oak.
It had minor distressing which would give it good character.
Move-able dividers and a secret space.
The drawers rolled out easy.
Now it is Sherwin William's Brittlebush-almost the color of a No#2 pencil.
Added castors for the final touch.
Have a good school year, Miss Lucy!
I may add something else tonight, if I finish it. Making 150 meatballs this afternoon. Secret recipe, maybe I'll share it.
PS It is later and I made 250 meatballs for a party on Saturday. I already gave 20 to my carpenter for helping me put a lower shelf on the boat table [very tricky with only two hands]. And then I had some for supper.....
So there are more than I originally planned. I need my grass cut and that could be the payoff. May I say more people request my meatballs than any other food I create. Melt in your mouth good.
Someone I spoke with the other day was talking about raising chickens. I seriously don't talk to that many people, but I cannot remember who. But they said they would have to build a coop first, and I said I would find the chickens. Well, here they are. This was a listing on Craigslist today.
hens free (vermilion)