Jun 25, 2010

A Vintage Addition

A Marriage made in the Studio

When I picked the bottom wood table part
from the Curbside late Winter

I feel in love with the Legs & the price was Perfect

It originally was a sewing machine cabinet, the machine was
gone, but that's OK ~ I have 2

The Top of the table/cabinet was missing, so you just saw the insides, where
the Machine Use to Be.....

I knew that someday ~ I would find the Solution

While hitting just a few Garage sales,
There It Stood ~ The Perfect Match
an Old Enameled Metal Table Top


I did water up some Black Craft paint & wiped it with a rag ......

I Love My New Vintage Addition to My Studio
(I had to turn My Large Work table Vertically to fit - but it all works)

I think a Magic Eraser will take care of the spots on the
top of the enamel


  1. A great save! I love it when things find a new soul to live with. Enjoy your treasure!

  2. Love It! Isn't it just the best day ever when that kind of find comes along? Your table looks great! Theresa

  3. I love the legs on that table! Great find. And I love the marriage of the enamel top and the table base...just perfect!

  4. Hi Cheryl
    What a terrific idea you came up with and it looks so amazing. Really love your creativity. Ilove how the black makes it pop. Have a wonderful weekend.


  5. Looks terrific!

    What did we do before magic eraser?


  6. What a pretty table, and that top makes it super functional. Its hard to mar one of those tops.

  7. OH what a match made in vintage Heaven! AWESOMe...it's really perfect now!

  8. oh BTW, new follower of your fun blog!

  9. What is that old saying.....cheap is good, free is better? Okay, well your fab table was ALMOST free and it's wonderful! Hugs, Janet


Thank you for visiting... Have a Happy & Creative day ~ Cheryl