Primitive Dough Box Table
This is our primitive dough box table. This is a simple looking country piece, the sides of the dough box extend to the ground to create the table’s legs. The top is hinged so it can be lifted up to reveal a storage space underneath. Dough boxes were used in early America to store dough while it was rising. Some, like this one had legs to raise the box up to a comfortable working height so that the dough could be kneaded on the top. We kept this one closer to coffee table height thinking it would make a great little table. This one is shown in mustard over black milk paint with medium distressing.
Your choice of color and level of distressing.
35″ long, 16″ deep, 23″ high.