My Harvest Table
The 12-foot long harvest table is finished! But any photos of al fresco dining on the patio will have to wait. With continuing rain and temperatures in the 60's, no one cares to sit at this table right now.
The table base is constructed of blackened steel piping. Once we had all of the components in our possession, the table went together rather quickly -- within a day. What took more time was finding the piping we needed. Galvanized pipes seem to be the way to go -- they're widely available. But it wasn't the look we wanted. The table-top is made from 7 cedar planks,12-feet long and will be left to weather.
TAKE a LOOK:
5/28/2013 01:04:10 am
Eileen, that table is beautiful, and I really like the pipe base idea, I may have to borrow that option for the base of my big fir plank table that is currently still on saw horses. Love the brick patio and basket-weave pattern. Bon Apetit, that is when the temps warm up!
5/28/2013 01:40:42 am
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5/28/2013 02:12:47 am
Tom bought this would be a great place for something rhubarb with ice cream!
5/28/2013 10:28:54 am
I cannot decide if I am more impressed with your stylized execution and beautiful results... or... if I am more excited to see it all gussied up for a outrageously gorgeous party! I think you two should open up your home as a B & B. The backyard and furnishings whisk me to France. The cedar will only get better as it weathers and grays against those awesome pipes.
5/28/2013 11:12:12 am
Thank you, Kate...
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