The table is a trestle table, so unfortunately the major award blows directly on the closest trestle. Fire hazard?!
We've had the set since the girls were babies. It fit well in the kitchen of our previous house, but is too big for our current kitchen. It has proven to be quite useful as a work table for sewing or stained glass projects, but I need to make room for the play kitchen for our grand babies. I still need a work table, so I've been scouting about for a smaller table. I finally found one last week and it was even clearance priced!
Meet my petite farm table.
It's already the perfect color.
Slightly warped top. Just my style.
Cute turned legs that don't even wobble.
Old thumbtacks with remnants of an oilcloth cover.
Some yummy previous colors.
Once again, I've put the cart before the horse. Our youngest daughter
has agreed better take our old table and chairs for their basement. But first we need to reglue the joints on all the chairs.....
which is proving to be more work than I bargained for!
Until the table and chairs are outta here, I need to find a spot for the new table I bought. Hmmmm.
This is the view from the cave dweller's seat.
Do you think he'll notice?
Have a great weekend!
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