Potting challenge | Hometalk

Mart 20, 2021 0 Yazar: admin

I recently took part in a potting soil challenge. 6 Junkers received an old cast iron sink and were asked to build potting soil around it. I stayed true to my style and used colorful old wood. Check out all the details including the work sink!

The sink was connected to a hose by my husband.

Colorful reclaimed wood is my favorite. Check out my painting technique here: http://bec4-beyondthepicketfence.blogspot.com/2014/04/paint-tutorial-2.html

Back shelves are great places to store the essentials for planting – a hoe head for storing string, soap, and a brush for cleaning.

A drawer is a great place to hold potting soil.

I used an old brass sprinkler faucet on a drawer pull.

A chalkboard clipboard is a great place to plant memories.

Rusty nails are the place to hang tools.

And who doesn’t need a cold drink after planting?

A vintage trowel makes a neat towel rail.

I made sure the sink faucet was big enough to fill watering cans.

This would make a great buffet and outdoor bar too!

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Would you like more information about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!