So I have this lovely rustic wrought iron table set (there are 2 of these) anyway they have been sitting around waiting for me get get some inspiration. Then...... there it was I knew what I was going to do with them.So down to the shed they when for a make over.
Pallet wood is all the rage at the moment, but these tables with all this scroll work needed more than just straight forward pallet wood tops.I love the Chevron look and have seen it in some lovely material lately and herring bone is lovely for wood flooring so why not my sweet little tables.
The end results worked out better than I have imagined. I was so pleased with them I was already planing the photo shoots I would use them for.
I love that the stack neatly away like this....
But was soooo happy that they stack like this to making them so versatile.
I had so many ways I would use these to display my work on at my next Market stall dancing through my head. They would be up for sale to but I was going to use and enjoy them for however long I had with them. Little did I know how short that would be. You see my shed is at my mums house and in my excitement I was eager to show my sweet little tables off to someone. hearing my Mum and sister in the kitchen I ran in to showed them I started ranting about there versatility and how I loved how they turned out. Helen (that's my sisters) said "Ok stop the sales pitch I'm sold, how much?" The rest is history they are now her's and I'm happy with that. See the little bears on the table? they are some of Helen's creations.
they are so soft and adorable. Helen has won many awards for her bear making skills. these ones are mink and their puffy cheeks are hand sculpted by Helen giving each bear its own character and personality.
Below is a picture of her second issue of her Magazine Bear Beautiful I recommend you follow the link below your wont be disappointed.
Ill leave you with one final picture of our combined work :)
have a lovely night