Or it’s what I imagine hosing off a pig would be like.
We took our old and dirty work table from the basement…
And hauled it out onto our teeny tiny back porch. (I know you’re jealous of our miniature Keystone Light grill)
Mark sawed off the legs to make them even.
Then we hosed it off. (I know water isn’t the best for wood, but it needed a MAJOR cleaning.)
Once we put it behind the couch, we realized that it’s bigger than we thought. It’s taller and wider and not as sleek as I imagined.
It’s also wayyyyy more rustic than we thought.
A bit too rustic, I’m afraid.
We’re going to trim the ends and shorten it a bit more and see if it fits better in the space. I’d like to fix it, we had such high hopes for this piece!
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