This is a coffee table with a beveled glass top. To give you an idea of scale - the glass areas is 29".
I don't have too much in there now, as I am only showing you the pieces that I have already blogged about. I wouldn't want to ruin any surprises!
|Top drawer partially open|
We have two of these - one in the family room with some travel mementos, and one in the living room with the sewing goodies.
Our good friend made these - he also does them in other woods and half the width.
He does beautiful work!
The larger bottom drawer is sturdy for books.
We also have a pair of end tables made by my BIL.
They have a mirror back, glass sides & shelves, and a framed glass door.
He made them from oak scraps around the workshop - great recycling!
|Glass shelf in end table|
Here's what it looks like with the door open.
Adjustable glass shelves. Oak Base.
Not too tidy, I've been moving things around as I take pictures to share with you. My final plan is to organize them by period rather than displaying them by use.
I'm not showing you the second table - too many surprises for you there.
I also have a bookcase in my sewing room with the little machines.
I use many of my sewing tools, I keep them with my current projects so I can enjoy them daily.
Do you keep sewing projects out and about in your everyday living area?
Have a great week!