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A Bachelor on the Cheap project to try: Turning an old office chair, into a mobile garden container

Office Chair
A VERY comfy chair, but it's time for a new one

Mike Thayer

This office chair is SO comfortable, but it has seen better days... The duct tape/shredding pseudo leather upholstery is no longer working for me, so it's time to repurpose.

Bitten by the garden landscape bug, I'm going to use the wheels of this chair as a base for a mobile garden container! Stay tuned as I tackle another Bachelor on the Cheap Project!

I've got a great front porch with a lot of space for plants, but like most porches, it shifts from sun to shade later in the day.  Having a decent sized container that's mobile will help get those plants some additional sun exposure!

Office Chair
Repurposing the chair wheel base to create a mobile garden container will be a fun challenge

The challenge will be figuring out what materials will work best and attaching a container to the wheel base.  Do I go round in shape, square, octagon?  Do I leave the chair lift cylinder in place so I can raise and lower the container to accommodate draping plants?

This is going to be a fun and inexpensive repurpose project!

Stay tuned!

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