First piece... the $5.00 glass top patio table..

March 15th, 2009 in member junk     
linslady linslady, member
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Well, this is the first piece i've ever created... The base piece was free from an aquarium that we already had.  I paid $5.00 for the top two pieces because the legs were missing.  It was suppose to be a two tiered table orginally but because the glass was bigger than the "new" base I had to use the 2nd level piece as a stabalizing piece.  

This table is sitting on my also "found" 8x12 redwood deck that was a display at the local home improvement store that the wanted to get rid of.  I paid $100.00 for the deck.

Hope I can do more projects!  


posted in: member junk, glass, outdoor spaces, table

Comments (6)

junkermidge writes: Congratulations on your first project. You did a great job.
You did a good job "seeing" what could be. I'm "seeing" more projects in your future.
Midge Posted: 11:02 pm on March 18th
georgiamoon writes: Great marriage of two different things. The aquarium legs are fantastic...I'm sure they are very sturdy and I love the iron look with the glass top. Really good job, Georgia Posted: 5:03 pm on March 16th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Isn't it great when it all comes together? Nice job!
Candy Posted: 8:44 pm on March 15th
alicemom writes: Outstanding! love the look. Thanks for sharing.
smiles, alice Posted: 1:20 pm on March 15th
suewhitney writes: Hi Linslady,

This is a fabulous project. Way to go! LOVE the legs from the aquarium. I can't wait to see more from you.

Happy Junking,
Sue Posted: 9:49 am on March 15th
QueenofGreen writes: I XOXO this. Very chic nice patio table or industrial interior table too. Either, if you feel like re-arranging - take the indoors out and vice versa. The versatility is great. I can picture a cool planter of greenery on the lower rack, too - sunlight would get thru the glass. Add little figures in with the pantings - marbles, toy soldiers, earth moving Matchbox Cars - have fun. Posted: 8:31 am on March 15th
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