This Fall, Jon and I embarked on a “glamping” adventure. We shared a dream to downsize, move off the grid, and to live outdoors more than indoors. We bought a tent, sifted and sorted through belongings, identified our actual needs and re-homed stuff. Our goal is to add value and do more with less.
In short order, we identified a real need for a kitchen work space. How lucky am I that my partner in this adventure is a talented craftsman? We don’t sell furniture, but this piece is a great example of form and function and Jon’s talents, so I’m excited to share!
- Constructed of cedar and oiled to withstand conditions inside or outside for many years.
- Stainless steel screws and no hardware make it waterproof.
- We re-purposed a cutting board to create rails the drawers glide on smoothly.
- Checkout the deer antler drawer pulls!