These Ohio winters never seem to end, am I right? During these winter months, we take the time to put our heads down and create. John and I have been working hard to add some new furniture and decor to the studio.
What do you think of this reclaimed coffee table? The concept with this piece is multipurpose. It would be perfect to do homework, computer work, even eat your meal while watching a movie and, of course, it is a great place for your coffee cup and favorite book. John and I found the reclaimed legs at the last flea market we attended. The layers of paint were hard to pass up!
Around this time last year, I learned macrame. It was something that had intrigued me and I searched out tutorials to figure it out. These days with the internet, you can learn anything you want with the search bar. This year I have added an extra layer to my macrame wall hangings by incorporating weaving. It is therapeutic and I love it! It’s never too late to learn something new.
This console table features maple with a dark gray glaze and reclaimed cast legs. The shelf is a great place for extra storage. I can see this table being useful in a foyer or for serving food in a dining room. The uses are endless.
We have added to our camera collection this winter featuring cameras from the early 1900s to 1960s. Not sure what it is about cameras but I love to clean them up and find unique ways to display them.
Don’t worry. Spring is just around the corner! Until then, enjoy each day that you are given.