Oh man, am I ever excited to share these new plans with you today!!!
This spring, I wanted to create new potting bench plans for you that are still super simple to make, but this time, I wanted to integrate more storage on the hutch and back. So I teamed up with my friends at Ryobi to create these plans for you!!!
One of the things I love the most about this potting bench is the back is like a pegboard! You can use any “over-the-cabinet” accessories to customize your hutch for your needs.
You’ll also love how quick and easy it was to build this potting bench!
The first and most important part of this project is to set your footings properly. There are several different means to do this – if you are setting your pergola on a wood deck or concrete patio or other stable level foundation, you can simply screw the post brackets to the deck as done here by Popular Mechanics. It’s a good idea to review this link regardless, as there is lots of good information in there.
Now if you don’t have a foundation in place, you are going to have to make one for the pergola. This can be done to whatever degree you see fit, and depends on what type of soil is on your lot (hopefully gravel 🙂 )
Extremely sturdy rustic farmhouse table that is easy to build! Built out of all 2x4s and 2x2s – off the shelf lumber – builders spend between $50 and $100 making their farmhouse tables. You just need a saw and a drill to make this farm table.
Do you need a simple desk for your home? We are furnishing my teen daughter’s room and needed a desk. I wanted a simple desk that would keep the room feeling clean and minimal, but still very functional and good sized. We loved the Lonny Desk from Pottery Barn, but priced at $300 – we thought we could build something inspired by it for alot less.
So we built this desk – using mostly scrap wood and a drawer slide.
It turned out really great, and is perfect in the space!