Uncared for yet reliable patio seatingIt was about 20 inches wide by 7 feet long and had been placed near our family room door right in front of a brick planter probably 40 years ago when the back yard was first done well.
New finished length for table top
So it sat for several months, cause I wasn't sure which saw to use and or if we even had a saw that would cut through the 4 inch sides. Then I enlisted the help of The Hubby. He cut it in about ⅔ its original length and then took off the top of the short end that was mitered, to replace it onto the cut side of the long end. He also had to miter the 2 edge pieces. I told him it didn't need to be exact because it was supposed to look "rustic", but he did it pretty perfectly anyway.
A few different colors, so it would look old and as if it had been repainted several times over the last hundred years. (Now it's going to be an antique.)
Followed by a tan color that we have 4-5 versions of in our shed.
Nice save? Silly project? What think ye?