This is what we woke up to. It looked like magic Mother Nature dropped over 7 inches of snow everywhere. Every flat horizontal surface, like the top of this lamppost, looked like it had been gifted with a thick layer of fluffy frosting! Yesterday there wasn’t a speck of snow anywhere.
Work progresses in the studio! The picture is of a worktable that the previous owner left. He asked me if I wanted it and I jumped at it! Truth be told I think the LAST thing he wanted to do was move it (lucky for me!).
This baby weighs a ton. Even though it is on excellent wheels (thankfully!) I still need a running start to push it around and it isn’t a piece of furniture you decide to move around without being absolutely sure you want it somewhere else .I think it is going to make a great glass cutting table, metal fabrication area, or stone working center. Heck, it is probably big enough to be them all.
I’ve sanded it, and sanded it, and sanded it some more. I chipped away the unidentified concrete-like blobs from the surface and have added a coat of primer and paint to the top. I think I’ll paint the legs and bottom shelf gunmetal gray, but the important part, the top, is done so I can start using it. I think it turned out pretty good!