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Upcycled Barstool

This stool has been around our house for decades. I wanted to use it for a plant stand or a small display table. Prior to working on this project, I had collected salvaged bicycle chains, pieces of scrap metal, and used bike components.

I broke up the bike chain links and cleaned all of the pieces. This process took the most time. I then started on the stool. I cleaned it and removed the existing rust.

Once it was dry, the wooden top was sanded and sealed. I used rust-proof spray paint to prime and paint the entire metal stool. Finally, I glued salvaged bike chain link pieces, scrap metal, and gears to the wooden top.

Now it’s brand new again!

Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal
Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal
Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal
Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal
Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal
Upcycled Barstool Recycled Furniture Recycling Metal

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Wendy McClelland

I would not want to sit on that!

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