Painted Bucket Bench Home Center Wood Transformed With Faux Graining
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Kitchen display.A 'bucket bench' is an historic form meant for holding stoneware and buckets.It's a simple project to make, and traditionally it is painted.A simple project from home-center wood is transformed with faux graining.
by Catharine C.KennedyPages 51-54August 2014 Buy the issue here.Faux graining is the art of illusion.Use this technique, and your choices aren't constrained by what woods are available or what's shown in the veneering catalogs (or your bank account); you are limited only by your imagination.
With the use of simple tools and materials you can transform a modest piece of inexpensive furniture, such as this pine bucket bench, into a showpiece.It's simple and fun - a great combination.The Build For this exercise, I built a traditional bucket bench using dimensional lumber purchased from a home center and a basic set of tools.
(In fact, this project fits into the 'I Can Do That' philosophy and tool set - see online extras for more on ICDT).I got all the wood needed out of two 12′ 1x12s (which are, of course, 3⁄4' thick and 111⁄4' wide).
All but the back piece and the lower rail are used at full width; the back piece and rail are...