Witch Hazel Barrel Top Table

August 4th, 2009 in projects     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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What beautiful colors and graphics!
Put together with a small black iron chair it is perfect for tea.
All tied up with string. This is the way I found it.
I attached a piece of plywood and it holds all the slats together.
No more strings and it gives me something to attach the base to.
A simple wrought iron base
Voila...a table!
What beautiful colors and graphics!

What beautiful colors and graphics!

Photo: Georgia Moon 2009

This old Witch Hazel barrel top was so pretty that I knew I wanted to make a table out of it. After being lost in a  sea of junk for several months I ran across it and also a wroght iron table base...what could be more perfect. The barrel top was just slats tied together with string when I bought it so after attaching the slats togeter with a piece of pylwood, drilling out a couple of holes for the bolts on the table base it was just a matter of attaching it together.


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Comments (15)

suewhitney writes: A beauty in blue! The color is to die for. great work, my friend!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:13 am on August 10th
RustyDiva writes: Love it! Looks like a quaint little bistro table. I too have the perfect spot for it ~ wanna arm wrestle Laurel?;) Posted: 2:12 pm on August 6th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Love everything about this Georgia! Wonderful pairing!
Candy Posted: 7:06 am on August 6th
writes: This is one of my favorite Georgia Moon projects! And I must say it looks even better in person!

A+!

JennyK Posted: 1:30 am on August 5th
CottageElements writes: Geo, great job on this! It was perfect for a table top. Beautiful color!!!!

Lani Posted: 10:25 pm on August 4th
alicemom writes: Oh Geo,
A fabulous re-find..............so glad you did! Great put together! Love the color.
smiles, alice Posted: 8:03 pm on August 4th
Humana writes: Georgia.............I really like what you did.....the colors are great.....Humana Posted: 7:44 pm on August 4th
Junkpony writes: What a great table and a lucky find... the colors and graphics are beautiful. I just acquired an iron birdbath base I want to make a table out of - I'd love to find a treasure like this! Posted: 5:03 pm on August 4th
fellowjunker writes: Hey Georgia,
Like I've said before..........you find the bestest junk ever!!! What a find..........this table creation is fabulous!!
xojanis Posted: 1:46 pm on August 4th
shabbychick writes: Geo...this is super sweet! Love that label - great way to show it off!

Looks like you definitely found a treasure buried in your junk pile!

Kathy

Posted: 1:35 pm on August 4th
JunkArchitect writes:

Georgia, the table top is so unique and the color is great. You seem to have a knack for finding the great stuff. Everyone should check out Georgia’s store…Georgiamoon. It’s full of the coolest antiques and junk.

Jim


Posted: 12:19 pm on August 4th
byabpryor writes: I NEED for you to understand how fabulous this is... ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS! Posted: 11:54 am on August 4th
monakent writes: Absolutely adorable! What a cool table idea. So glad you found it among the other good stuff you have hidden away. I think I need to move out to CA - you have MUCH better junk than WI does!!! What a great find and what a super project. gailmarie Posted: 11:15 am on August 4th
Bonsters writes: This is beautiful! I love to make 'finds' like this; and to think you actually DID something with it is just wonderful. Posted: 11:14 am on August 4th
chippingcharm writes: Love it! I've got the perfect spot for it at my house :) Laurel Posted: 8:53 am on August 4th
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