Friday, August 6, 2010

Tight On Space

Need a shelf? Or another work surface?
See the 2 legged console braced on the wall?
I saw this and thought it was clever.
You can do this 
with almost any sofa table or a console.
You simply remove the back legs & cut down on the depth of it until 
you achieve the look and purpose you wish .

Is this too ornate for you?
Try this one.
This one will take a bit more work. 
But it can be done.
I like this one....it has storage.
What do you think of this idea?


Head to a flea market this weekend.
Happy Hunting!

xxx's


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7 comments:

  1. You, darling Miss. Finberg, are terrifically observant! I love, love, love the look of the wall console. I will, as per your direction, happily hunt for one this weekend!

    Cheers!
    s.

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  2. Love these consoles...

    Also...if you need matching consoles, you can take a square table and cut it in half...voila! ~Terri

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  3. Such a fabulous past time! So rewarding too xx

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  4. Love this idea. I am working with a client who bought a wonderful game table with paw foot legs in a distressed painted finish at a flea market. It turned out we really didn't have a place for it so we cut it in half and attached to the wall on either side of their bed in the Master. It is one of her favorite things. First time here. Love your blog.

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  5. 我從來不認為不同意我的看法就是冒犯................................................

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  6. mono

    wow love what you did.
    take some pics.

    xx

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