Oh nice Hazel, I wouldnt care if it had no use what so ever except for being aesthetically pleasing...and that it is...very...if you dont find a use for it...Ill have it..:)
Oh, I could totally see it converted to being an 'ice box', or just an esky hiding inside full of cold beers for after a hard days work in the garden!!
well 1st off its given me a great idea to make one for my own worm composter so much nicer than looking at the plastic..I would lift the lid and put some potted plant in it something bright and cheerful(like your table and chair which I love by the way) and set it out somewhere that it becomes a talking piece
OH me GEEE ,hazel is that terracotta rubarb forcer I see in the background?? if it is where did you get it..I would give you last born son for that(last born cause hes the noisest)
Is it a portable potty??Love the picture of your nephew's dog (again). Do you know what breed he is? from that shot he looks just like our dog Lulu. We've been told she's a kelpie/doberman cross but if you saw her size - I doubt there's any doberman in her.
I like the idea about an esky hiding place in your outdoor kitchen. Or a planter box, or a box to keep your spare garden pots. Deb
Why does it need to be converted? Why not just keep it as wormery?If you must convert it, it looks as if it ought to become a storage facility in your ODK.
The bottom part of the box is well rotted and it is no longer suitable for a wormery. ....or as a planter....or an esky hiding place....although these were great ideas.I will show you in a couple of days, what I did with it.
Coffee Table.Replace the bottom and keep outside shoes/boots in there.Barb.
CURIOUS! What a piece of history.If I mentioned worm farm to my mother she would reach for the combantrin.
Too many ideas....a garden tool box, a magazine or blanket holder. If you don't mind getting it dirty, I love the idea of a worming box. If it's precious, stain the wood and water proof it for outdoor use. There's more.:)
I suppose I would line it with plastic and use it to keep feed in or put a trash bag in it and use it for an outdoor trash can.
A simple mattress on the base, a latch on the inside, a favourite book resting on the mattress and you have the perfect hideaway.
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