I gawked and gawker over this workbench at Home Depot for over 4 months. I just couldn't bring myself to purchase it because I already had a table. In January, I finally purchased it! The entire table is more solid and sturdy than the former table, and much easier to clean. And, this one has 2 drawers to store pens, pencils, scissors and special brushes.. And best of all, the height is adjustable - I can raise it if I need to stand while, for example, using the rolling pin and creating flatware, or lower it when I sit down to add handles, for instances, to mugs.
Back in early December, I purchased a few new shelving units to have additional storage around my wheel as I work. The left side has cubbies for things like throwing pats, plaster blocks for clay drying, sponges and hand towels. And the right side has a unit with 5 drawers so I can store tools, utensils, textured mats and all my cookie cutters and letters.
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