Wednesday, August 6, 2014

From Farm to Table!

To see the pictures in a larger format, just click on them.

And no, we're not taking about food here.  But this piece started out with the inspiration of just the glass.  I picked up at a local retail store and knew I wanted a vintage base for it.  When I was out and about junking this past Tuesday I came upon the perfect base.  I don't know whether it came out of a farm or actually from an industrial factory, but it certainly was cool and foot the bill.  It has an amazing patina.  With a little clean-up and some poly it is the perfect table for my deck!

Here's the piece as I found it.  It had great bones and the color is amazing!

All it needed was a good cleaning, some poly and that piece of glass.  Now I have an awesome patio table!

I didn't want too much on top to clutter on top to take away from that amazing patina.

And with that little shelf underneath I can add a cute little outdoor vignette!

And yes, it has these little arms on the side of the legs, but that's okay. That's what's so great about junk. We delight in the little imperfections of things!

And now I have the perfect little seating area to overlook the great outdoors!

And this is what I have to view looking off my deck. So now I've got my coffee, got a good book...perfect summer day. I'm sure loving this weather!  P.S.  Two posts in two weeks!!  Yeah!!  How'm I doing?  LOL!

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White Lace and Promises said...

What view with all your pretties! Yes, I love the galvanized goodies!

Lanette of Cottage Elements said...

Thanks for stopping by, White Lakes and Promises!


Laetitiana said...

Woah so innovative, well done!

Lanette of Cottage Elements said...

Glad you like it, Laetitia Life!


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