I have come to the conclusion that estate sales will be my go to place for searching
for quality pieces of furniture and home accessories.
I was lucky that I had a snipit of time to check out this past one
that yielded some great finds.
Like this table that came home with me and I gave it a new home.
I was mesmerized by the quality of the piece and upon further inspection, I realized
that it was a handmade piece. Solid wood.
To me, there is nothing that makes me happier, than being able to acquire beautiful,
quality pieces at an amazing price.
The plaque that is fixed to the inside of the table depicting the person who made the table.
The lines of this table are beautiful.
There are slide out trays on each end of the table.
More room for stuff!
I wasn’t too sure about this space in which I placed the tea table.
However, after I remembered a page in the new book,
“Charles Faudree, Country French Legacy” . . . (Page 43)
It just reinforced my decision to place the tea table in that spot next to the sofa.
Where did the table that was originally in that space land?
In the dining room between the two chairs that were purchased at the estate sale.
The other table had a shelf at the base that I was able to use to stack books.
I grabbed a basket and filled it with those books and set it under the table.
I am happy that I did not pass this table up, as I so love it.
And I feel the table knows I love it too . . . as it truly spoke to me at the sale . . .
. . . take me home! . . .
Have a truly wonderful day, doing the things that make you happy and bring you joy.
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