After cutting the lumber to size, sanding it, then finishing it with a wax treatment, Dan installed it directly into wall studs using heavy-duty anchors and drywall screws. With the table in place, the focus was turned to seating — adding a set of four stackable steel stools done in a powder-coated celery green finish. Since saving space was the most important element of the kitchen's update, keeping the stools stacked and tucked below the table ensured the floor surface remained open and unobstructed.
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