I updated the stair rail from wooden spindles to wrought iron.
There was nothing wrong with them.
I actually gave them away and they were given back.
So they sat and sat in the garage.
That is until I ran across this little picture that gave me inspiration.
How stinkin cute is that....a dog bed and a use for my stair spindles. YEAH
I photographed the information in case you are interested in looking for the exact directions to make theirs.
Of course, I did not follow their instructions, I kinda did my own thing.
The neighbors thought I was making a table...which would be a great idea...
Dang...bought the wrong size screws...back to Lowes
This bed is put together with screws, few nails,
wood glue and these corner brackets.
(Making sure it can hold up during a hurricane,
because the dog only weighs 17 pounds)
I had purchased the cutest little bun feet,
but saw these laying in the grass. These are the tops of the spindle.
WA LA budget friendly feet for FREE
Since the spindles were stained, I went ahead and stained the rest of the bed to match. Then Camo Man applied two coats of sealer to help it resist scratches.
I am not finished yet, I have to make the cover to fit the insert that was 22X22.
I put it in the corner of my bedroom.
Look at the face he gave me, don't believe he wants it in the corner.
His other bed was in front of the window...
guess that's where I better put it.
He's happy now... and so am I
I get to go shopping today for some cool fabric to make his cover.
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