TOGETHER WE CAN HANDLE IT - cane console table



It`s hard getting back into work when you have been away from it for a long period.
Both George and I are trying to recall this feeling from past years but it seems different
this time around. Not only have we had several negatives come up since our return home
but we also spent our entire Easter weekend sick in bed.
Seriously not a single chocolate bunny or egg has been seen or enjoyed around here.


Even being sick has not kept me completely down as I`ve been able
to bring this newly completed console table to you. 


Fortunately I didn`t have to build anything but I can tell you,
painting and waxing open designed furniture takes a great deal of time, product,
attention to detail, and great patience. 


It has 2 removable glass panels in the top surface,
and 2 perfect caned panels on the bottom.


This is a vintage solid wood piece of furniture.



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9 comments:

  1. What a nice job! Love this table!!

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  2. It looks great, Kristy!!
    I have one open shelf here with treliss I am dreading to paint...
    But now with warmer weather I can tackle it with spray paint!
    I loved yours!
    Now go find some Easter eggs on sale!

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  3. What a fantastic job you have done on this table. I love it!! Megan

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  4. I hope you feel better fast. No chocolate for Easter? That is just not acceptable.

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  5. So sorry you have been sick. You did a fine job on the table. Love it. Smiles, Susie(She Junks)

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  6. Your attention to detail and all that patience really paid off ! The table looks great - and very nice styling, too!
    thanks for sharing!
    breida with a b.

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  7. I looks wonderful. Hope y'all are feeling better.

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  8. I often see that style and know just what it looks like underneath. I'm not always a fan of cane, although I do like it painted, and I'm thinking if I come across one it would be easy to change out the cane for something else, like vintage yardsticks etc..

    Hope you feel better, might of been a blessing no chocolate passed your lips.

    ~Bliss~

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  9. Who needs chocolate when painting is calorie free :) The table looks great and I love the vignette. Be sure to check out my paper wreath giveway!

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THANK YOU ALL!