Mid-Century Side Tables, Manufactured by Lane, Circa 1960’s. Re-Invented with new Blacken French Finish and mirrored tops… displayed in a row as a versatile coffee/cocktail presentation. Sold as a set of three.
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Mid-Century Side Tables, each size 20″D 28″W 21″T SOLD
It’s been a few years since I’ve done a mirrored console but it’s high time that I pulled a few old tricks out of the bag and reintroduce some of my previous furniture lines… I’ve also completed a mirrored cabinet recently, but it’s already found a good home, so another is in the works and also a few (three) side tables, can anyone say ‘Coffee Table’? why not… quite soon it’ll seem like I’ve lost myself in a hall of mirrors at the circus. m.
Another tree being cleared for the garden area that I’m interested in is a Pacific Yew Tree, these posts which surround the barn are of Pacific Yew Trees, a hard wood that can last for many decades after being cut. My brother found in his creek, across the valley a number of these trees which appear to have fallen 80-100 years ago and are still solid, he extracted one such 40 foot log, beautifully worn & grooved which is now in his garden. The Indians in the pacific northwest often used the durable wood for bows and canoe paddles. As you can see from the lushness of the grass surrounding the tree (below) this spot west of the barn has very rich soil. I’m hoping to make floor lamps from the trunk segments and patio benches from the limbs.
There is nothing quite like coming home… m.