Fall is a season for warmth and cozy living
I have been doing some DIY projects
and adding a bit of " rustic " charm...
I used an old wood card table top
that I found missing its legs
and framed it with reclaimed
2 x 4 's to create a mix against our chandelier...
Finished this project with some black chalkboard paint!
Two days of hard work was worth
the end result of this
Rustic Farm Style dining table
I created this with the following...
A salvaged old wood panel door
old wood canopy poles
legs were made from an old gate posts
and table was framed with the wood slats
from the gate door itself.
Then waxed and coated with polyurethane.
What a beautiful feast to be served
on this table that seats eight...
Lastly I did two quick projects
using an old chair found curbside along with
an unwanted wood console table...
I painted and sanded the frame
of the chair with a pale gray
and recovered with a spare linen panel.
The table I sanded and painted with
a mix of white and pale gray...
For those of you who have not yet
had a chance to order the Fall issue
the link is located on the
top right of my blog.
Melinda Reyes is a talent beyond words
and has put together such a breathtaking
Fall issue of her magazine...
Blessed to be among the
creative ladies in this fall issue...
I will be linking up with
my favorite lovelies in blog land this week.
Jann's Share Your Cup Thursday
Debra's Be Inspired
Courtney's Feathered Nest Friday
Much love to each of you