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Finally completed my nest

EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
edited 9:35PM in EGG Table Forum
My first LBGE and Nest. About 2 days to build once I had all the materials.
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Comments

  • Very nice set up! Very classy table and even better with a smoking Egg in it. :laugh: It will provide years of enjoyment and great food. :)
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Thanks Eddie, I feel like I just landed on the moon. Can't wait to start a butt.
  • One of the nicest I have seen.

    Great job!
  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    Superb!
  • pattikakepattikake Posts: 1,175
    Love the table :) Great job, can't wait till I get a table built but it will be awhile. :cheer:

    Patti
    Wichita, KS
  • SundazesSundazes Posts: 274
    Awesome!
  • SundazesSundazes Posts: 274
    Awesome!
  • Very nice, love the top. I think really awesome if you enclosed the sides and added some doors on the front like you had indicated. Post pics if you decide to do it, would love to see it.
  • SundazesSundazes Posts: 274
    Do you have any plans or drawings for this setup? I got a place on my deck that this would be great.
  • EgginRNEgginRN Posts: 102
    Sundazes, My downfall is that I never use plans, I build as I go. Thats how I usually do my cabinets and furniture as well. I would be happy to give you the diminsions and what supplies I used. I take pride in using standard building materials off the shelf and making them work.

    Marble top: salvaged from stone guys $180
    BGE surround: IPE $90
    Standard Cedar trim
    Built out of pressure treated
    Shelves are 1X4 harditrim(cement)paintng
    Used all stainless screws

    I think it will outlast the deck. Email me and I will be happy to design for you. David

    dmurrrn30@comcast.net
  • Dimple's MomDimple's Mom Posts: 1,740
    Very nice. I'm dying for some sort of outdoor kitchen area with my eggs built in. I have sort of a difficult area and can't quite envision what to do. One of these days....

    I spent the weekend at some friends who have one of those outdoor kitchens from Costco, which is not what I'm after exactly but the same idea only using the eggs. I did a bit of cooking at their setup and it was sooooo fun. They have a sink and little fridge and everything. When I was cooking, I really felt like I needed to get busy on ours as it was just too much fun.
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