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 table is more solid and sturdy than the former table, and much easier to clean the surface. The 2 drawers sold me where I have more storage 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 when I roll slabs of clay and it can be lowered when I need to sit while adding handles and knobs. Such a big improvement over the former table I had, saves my achy back, too. So silly for me to have waited so long! And it just fits in the space!
New work table
Throwing Area Improvements
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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