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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

I think it’s a neat idea to hold cold beverages for a party and then use as a piece of furniture the rest of the time.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

The exterior could be painted any color....perfect for a sunroom, enclosed patio, bar area, corner of a large kitchen! Lots of possibilites by changing the color and/or knobs!

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

Cleaver idea.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

Really like it. It is pretty and useful.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

Cute idea but how do you empty the melted ice? Lifting the cooler bottom straight up and lugging it somewhere?

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

It just doesn"t work for me.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

Clever!    I think that would make a nice "toy box".......a disposable piece of temporary "furniture" for a kid's room.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

That's interesting.

 

There must be a drain somewhere underneath the chest...

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

Love the chest, love the color but without the cooler inside.

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Re: Ice Chest, Restyled

I think it's cute but how would you drain the water out without damaging the wood.