30 May. 1996|
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So because the area is SO teeny, we need to be able to push the table over the bench when we’re not eating, so it has to be a pedestal style table. The space was an empty void in the corner of our kitchen, so I decided to fill with a functional seating and eating space.
I first removed the trim from the wall, so I could reuse it on the front of the box later, to make the bench match the rest of the kitchen. We rarely craft together in the DIY-sense, and so this was just so fun; lots of podcasts and $5 pizza and headscratching and problem solving and lots and lots of saw dust.