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November 02, 2016 1 min read

After researching ideas for booth designs, I finally decided we'd make our own display tables. That way I could design the features I preferred, such has 36" height for easy viewing where customers wouldn't have to lean down to view jewelry; easy to take apart and store; locking wheels for easy movement and stability; and the driftwood look I desired. Here's Stefan hard at work sanding the old boards and making the tops and bottoms of the tables. The remainder of the tables were made using iron pipe, flanges, and wheels. You can see how greasy and dirty the pipes were. I had to scrub them with cleaner and SOS pads to get the grime off. Not a bad a DIY project. Great job Stefan!

Old Barn/Fence Wood for Booth Table


Stefan Sanding Boards for New Booth Display Tables




Getting Ready to Clean the Iron Pipes for Booth Display Tables


Iron pipes covered in grease and black paint. Ready to clean for booth display tables.


Booth display tables are just about done. Needs white washing.


Top of booth table is white-washed. Almost done!


Booth display tables are done!


Booth display tables ready for festival!

Susan Rice
Susan Rice

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