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This table would look great in any backyard. But it doesn’t just provide a homey place to have a meal in the sunshine or under the stars.
No, this table is ready to party!
Heidi and Brent of Kruse’s Workshop came up with this genius project of making a table with built-in ice chests to keep your beer and other beverages cool … and, more importantly, near at hand.
You can build this in a weekend for about $150. Heidi adds:
Depending on the type of wood species used, materials will run anywhere from $150 – $350. Cedar, a wonderful choice for outdoor furniture, will cost significantly more than Douglas fir, which is what we’ve chosen for the table.
No matter what type of wood you choose, several coats of a quality sealer are crucial to protecting the table, not only from Mother Nature but also from our children, who are bound to spill dinner and dessert on it.