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I have repurposed some antique iron fence (which was not between wooden posts originally) for use in a commercial property as clothing racks. I made two sets out of the same materials, but I changed the design of the second set a little. Enjoy!
Counter for Clothing Store
Here is a counter I constructed from scratch for a clothing store. They needed a place for consignment drop offs, sorting, and tagging and this is what I came up with. 12.5 feet long, 38" high, and 24" deep.
Steel support and decorative item for a 40" flat screen.
From 3 bedrooms and a bath to one bedroom, a closet, and a monster of a bathroom. The shower alone is 42 square feet!
Raised Flower Bed
This was a weekend project that really anyone could tackle. I used some retaining wall block to build this, it took 81 blocks to build this 14' x 32" bed. The ground had to be raised about a foot to make this level, to do this I packed dirt and used brick mortar as the base. It took over 1200 pounds of dirt to fill this and really could have used more. The last pic is the finished bed.
Here are some before and afters for a kitchen remodel we did in July. Everything was painted, a dishwasher and a microwave hood were added, counter tops were replaced along with the sink and faucet, new cabinets added, and a couple of magnetic chalk boards made the scene.
Here I built a patio by forming 2' x 2' squares and filling them with concrete. In between those squares I laid 6" x 6" pavers. The finished product will be a 10' x 10' area for grilling, gathering, and good times. Also included is an outdoor, wood fired cooking station. This can be used for canning in the summer or roasting marshmallows . The bricks are reclaimed from the property.
Bathroom Floor Redo
This bathroom had an issue from a leaky toilet. After the old rotten floor was cut out, we installed some new supporting structure, new Dryply 3/4" subfloor, new E-board tile backer, new flange, and of coarse new tile.
Here is a tile shower surround that had water damage. The damage was cut out and pictured are the various layers that go into the project and what the new tile looks like with grout.