Well, that little table in the corner has become her favorite spot in the house. Every morning she begins her day with some coloring and crafting while I make breakfast and then she begs to eat "at tay---bull." I'm a believer in using a space for what is most functional for your life and not necessarily what it was intended for. So this "should be" dining space was in need of a functional face-lift and that's just what it got this last week.
I sanded and stained it with a walnut stain to give it a richer look. I Luv it!
I made the cubbyholes out of peach crates from my friends Dad's peach orchard in Stonewall, Texas.
- I got the fabulous paper dispenser at The Brown Shed sale last weekend. I'm pretty sure we're going to blow through that roll in no time!
- The tables and chairs are from various thrift stores and junk finds, found them piece by piece and painted them all to match.
- The bunting is made from an old record book from the early 1900's.
- The Zebra was a gift and is from Pier 1 Imports.
It's my new favorite spot in the house....maybe because it's my girls favorite little spot.
Oh....and this little guy loves to watch his Sissy play from afar.