An old upright refrigerator was resurrected into an ice chest that would be the envy of any backyard party. Wrapped in cedar (looks like) and elevated on new legs, it is unrecognizable. Of course, since it's now an ice chest, that means it needs ice--not electricity--to keep stuff cold, which means it would need some sort of a drain hole. As far as the safety of the ice chest around little kids, I'm thinking those new wood-covered doors aren't exactly light, plus, if it's fill with brew, there'd be no room for them.
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