Stealth Wood box

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by suprz, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. suprz

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    When we redid out kitchen, we had one old base cabinet that we put out on the deck and used as a workbench ...etc... Well, seeing how it is so close to where the woodstove is, i figured it could double as a wood box, and the counter could also be useful for splitting small pieces with the fiskars hatchet, best part is it also works well for a place to put plates etc... When using the grill.
     

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    Yep never have too many places to put STUFF.
     
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    Is that a kindlin drawer?
     
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    Getting several benefits at one time from an old cabinet. Priceless.
     
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    you should put the fridge next to it and get rid of the cooler.
    You can fit more beverages;)
     
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    And the best part is its burnable after use in 15 years or so !

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    brilliant
     
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    Yes it is... All the real small stuff for starting the fire goes in the drawer.
     
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    That fencing in the background too. I know its supposed to look like a fence, but the question is, is it really a fence, or firewood? Theres definitely something stealth going on here.
     

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