If you love hosting get-togethers at home, then you will love this drink station idea!
A drink station made from an old sewing table – a simple repurposing idea, but a really clever one!
We say clever because you don’t need to do a lot of modification for this project. The hole where the sewing machine used to be makes for a perfect compartment for the drinks. Its foldable wing on the other hand serves as a great place for the glasses, pitcher or little snacks.
Looking at how quaint and rustic it is, it would seem that sewing tables are really meant to be drink stations in their ‘afterlife’! Just repaint it in any finish you like, place a container for the drinks, and you’re done! :)
It’s easy, beautiful and a great conversation piece!
Do you have an old sewing table that you can turn into a drink station?
You’ll need these materials:
- Old Sewing Table
- Timber Scraps (optional; for adding support for the basin)
- Metal Basin / Heavy Duty Plastic Bin
- Paint / Finish (of your choice)
And these tools:
- Measuring Tape
- Cordless Drill
- Paintbrush and Rug
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You can get more details from The Gypsy Chix Company over here…