Sunday, June 28, 2015

Louvered Hall Tree

Hello,
Thanks for stopping by to see what I have just post on my Discover Repurposing site.
  Today is Sunday and I work on a Louvered Hall Tree that has been in my thoughts for sometime, but it was timing as usual that takes over and I start finding parts that I like and getting  inspired to create.
So here's where I started...



 I had two pair so I took one pair and joined them together so they would be flat and square as possible.

So then I laid it on my work table and installed some crown molding to the top and then finished my coffee. 

Then I started the frame work for the top and the 2 legs I took from an old dinning room table. Using some nice oak scraps I made the frame and attached it to the Louvered doors using 3" star drive screws. 
This Frame is strong.
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Then I added a decorative piece under the top and a small piece of inside corner round to give it some depth and... I call it ......Fu Fu

Then I gave it a quick dry brushing with a mixture of different blue colors I had hanging aroundThanks for checking this post out. I appreciate you leaving comments if you have time.
         


5 comments:

  1. I really love this piece. I especially like the blues you used This looks like it belongs in a southern decor!!

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  2. Yep you are right Lynn,
    I kept thinking that Coastal Bohemian would like this at her place for sale because of the colors. My wife's got her eye on it and it may not be for sale as recently she's been into the turquoise colors.
    Will see what happens.
    Thanks for the comment Lynn you are appreciated for you time to check this out.
    Hope you have great week ahead,
    Greg

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  3. Wow! Very nice! I love everything about it. Great work Greg!

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  4. Wow! Very nice! I love everything about it. Great work Greg!

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