Can’t find a faux fur bench that you like? Well, try making one. I’ll show what I did. My Mongolian faux fur bench turned out looking so high end. You definitely will not be able to get anything this inexpensive in the store. Total Cost: Approximately $60
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➤ What I Used For The Project:
+ 2 x 8 x 8 Pine Wood (Qty: 1)
+ 2 x 4 x 8 Pine Wood (Qty: 1)
+ Drill & Drill Bit
+ 2 1/2″ Screws
+ Stapler/Brad Nailer
+ Wood Glue
+ Mongolian Faux Fur (1 Yard) – Check MyFacebook Page for Purchase Details
+ 1 or 2″ Foam
+ Rustoleum Silver Metallic Spray Paint
+ BIN Primer
+ Dust Cover for Furniture
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➤ Video Editing Software Used: Final Cut Pro X
➤ Camera Used To Shoot: Canon T5i