Indoor Firewood Storage Idea
I am excited to be joining another great group called Project Challenge. I just love a challenge…don’t you? What I love most being part of these types of groups is being able to bring you some fresh projects along with some other great bloggers ideas to inspire you. Be sure to check them out at the end of this post. The theme for this month is using spindles, moulding or trim. Today I will be sharing a indoor firewood storage idea and how I took a plant greenhouse metal terrarium and turned it into a decorative indoor firewood storage for the indoors.
Supplies used to Create Indoor Firewood Storage
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Metal framed greenhouse terrarium
Spindle Wood Birch Spindles
Picture frame or molding
I just so happened to have a spindle laying around along with a decorative knob
Cut spindle to size
Drill hole in center
If the knob screw is too short to go all the way through the spindle, use a drill plunge bit to make the opening bigger, add decorative knob
To create the bottom portion of the new firewood storage a picture frame was measured to size, each corner was cut in a 45 degree angle, glued together with wood glue. This piece is actually not attached to the terrarium, but fits snug enough to look like it.
If you liked this idea here are a couple more on how I used decorative knobs to other projects
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