Tuesday, October 10, 2017

First, More Grain Sack... Second, An Unlikely Coffee Table...

We are well into fall now, and I hope you're enjoying the season. Has it cooled off where you live? Someone flipped the switch here in the Pacific Northwest today. We went from bright, sun-shiny skies yesterday to rain today. 

I'm grateful that the bright autumn shades of leaves are putting on a stunning show to compensate for the grey. It seems like there's a life lesson there - I guess it's that our attitude is shaped by what we choose to focus on... 

And today we're going to notice those beautiful leaves. ;) 

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We recently added a couple of extra long grain sack pillows in our family room, made from European grain sacks...

In case you missed it, I wrote about my favorite places to buy grain sacks here

You can also find great sources to purchase grain sack pillows here.

And now onto the unlikely coffee table... This past weekend, I came across this perfectly weathered, wood wheelbarrow. 

I couldn't resist trying it out as a coffee table. Not weird, right? (Tell me you would've done it too...)

But the reality is, we have three boys. And this thing's got a wheel. 

So it's now at our booth, looking for a new owner that will love it like I do. 

I shared about this book here. It's filled with gorgeous, inspiring tables, delicious recipes, entertaining tips, and all for a cause worth fighting for!

Thank you for stopping by today. Happy fall!


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  1. Oh, what a wonderful and unique coffee table, Julie, you scored very well with this antique. Cheers, Ardith

    1. Thank you Ardith! Hope your week is going well... :)


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