Last week on Kenneth Brown's Facebook page he printed a list of some of his favorite tips ....The following was one. At first, it didn't register. Later in the evening, after it had "Marinated" in my head it hit me!
This is the "Tip" from his site:
To Set The Epiphany up, let me state the present uses and locations of various items in the Bucket List House.
My dearly loved zinc nested tables are not "together". The small one has been a side table next to the sofa, the middle size one is a "desk" in the Guest Room, and the large one, is in the garage!
The red bench is now in the Guest Room serving as a coffee table, extra seating, and a great place for suitcases!!! It sits in front of the sofa that was in the Great Room in our other house. It's at HOME!
I no longer need a" bench" coffee table in our Great Room. There is more than enough seating. I need a "table" that guests will use to place glasses, etc. I sadly had to admit that the bench was becoming a large, red, useless, mass.... in the middle of the room! Friends, and family, hesitated to sit, place glasses or plates, or "rest" their footsies!
For the last month, for lack of anything better, I have been using a side table as a coffee table. It was OK, but not what I really wanted in that space......under the Grand Chandelier!!!
Now we can return to the EPIPHANY!!!!
I took my faithful measuring tape, and went into the garage......YES, YES, the large table was the perfect size.....47" x 24"! I also measured the legs and YES, YES, they were the same width as the legs on the other two tables......just longer!!!!
ARE YOU ALL GETTING THE PICTURE ?
Went through the entire Epiphany and he thought it was doable!!!!
IN FACT ......AFTER THE "NEW" TABLE WAS PLACED IN THE ROOM, MC SAID, AND I QUOTE:
"ONE OF YOUR BETTER EPIPHANIES !!!"
Thank you Kenneth. It might not be a dining table conversion, but the inspiration came from your "tip".
PS.....THIS WAS A NO COST EPIPHANY!!!!!!!
LARGE ZINC TABLE WITH SMALL TABLE'S LEGS
(PERFECT "NEW" COFFEE TABLE)
Coming soon small changes to our "outside" living area.