Cast Off Pedestals

December 22nd, 2008 in member junk     
whiteflower whiteflower, member
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These pedestals are made from "extra" furniture parts.  I often come across furniture that is too damaged to be restored, but I just can't pass up the great looking, architectural "limbs."  For this project, I rounded up some of the table and chair legs and bases that I've been hoarding.  I cut them to varied lengths with the saw, painted and distressed them a bit, and attached old ironstone saucers and plates to the top with epoxy.  Here, I have them set up with a couple of candles and mismatched hurricane globes I collected along the way.  But, their simple design makes them easy to adapt to a variety of uses.


Pattern or design used: My own design - White Flower Farmhouse
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, wood, cottage, glass, furniture, candle holder, country, family room, kitchen, farm, dining room, paint

Comments (8)

kopykatkim writes: Very nicely done. A simple yet elegant look. I love the distressed white look also. Thanks for sharing.

Kim Posted: 7:02 pm on December 27th
georgiamoon writes: I think I am in love with these as well. Everything you do is simply beautiful, Georgia Posted: 2:39 pm on December 24th
CottageElements writes: What a great use for those discarded architectual elements!

Lani Posted: 12:36 am on December 24th
junkermidge writes: Oh, yeah. That is one beautiful display. What an awesome way to combine a variety of elements!
Midge
Posted: 12:06 am on December 24th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: These are so nice! What a great way to use up all those extra "limbs".

Stay warm,
Candy Posted: 7:18 am on December 23rd
rebeljunker writes: Very elegant! I just love the texture of the spindles paired with the smoothness of the ironstone plate. I also go for the distressed white look. Di Posted: 1:14 am on December 23rd
crazymomluvsjunk writes: These are so pretty. I love the idea so much! Posted: 12:04 am on December 23rd
suewhitney writes: Beautifully elegant! I live the white and green color way.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 12:02 am on December 23rd
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