Upcycled Truck Beds, Tractor Kitchens & Dr Pepper Cooler Bars

old truck upcycled into a car bed - Perry Hudson Attachments 3:32 AM (4 hours ago) to me Ever since I started building these truck beds I wanted them to look like what I remembered going down the road as a kid. I build a cabinet that goes in rear window with a gun rack , later on I started putting a mirror in it as well to give it depth and put off more light reflection from the dome reading light I put in. The tailgates are functional and there’s faux dual exhaust . Bed rails bolt right up to head and footboard for queen or king. Last but not least the LED lights can be operated by either a manual dimmer switch or a wireless key fob on a novelty key chain which is a detail customers love.

  Perry Hudson from Custom WoodworX Designs, has a talent for truckin’ – not driving trucks, but taking an old beaten up truck and appreciating its merits. With a keen upcycling eye, he turns rusty old trucks into beds. Along with this, he can pretty much reinvent any object, and chooses beautiful and timeless pieces,…

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Making something out of an item that had a totally different purpose originally is not only great for the planet, but very satisfying! Making things with your hands creates a unique home, one that has your stamp, and it allows you to get into a creative flow that is good for your mental health. There…

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