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30 Days Of Photography | Day 8: Texture

Day 8 - Texture

 

 

This is our kitchen table.

It’s made up of several different textures including: mosaics, smashed China plates, and mirrors.

Pretty cool, yes?

 

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PS: There’s another photograph in the comments section of the whole table.

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  • It’s from Horchow ­ 12 years ago!

  • YAY!!!!!

  • YUP!!

    “and it’s heavy like a mofo.”

    EXACTLY.

  • Thank you!

  • Yeah ­ but there’s usually a table cloth ON it ­ so no one ever notices how awesome it really is!

  • You’re welcome!

    I think one of the “rules” for the challenge was ONE photo per post. At least that’s what the old rules used to be.
    So……. I decided to post the extra photos in the comments just in case people wanted to check it out.

  • I don’t even want to imagine THAT one, Babs!

    lolz

  • Ahahahahha! You make me laugh, Agg!

  • Ron

    🙂
    XOXO

  • shadowrun300

    WAY cool! My table has lots of textures too – spilled fingernail polish, stuck on cereal crumbs, dents and scratches. Yours is much prettier!

  • OMG I want that sooooo BAD!!!! That is so freaking GORGEOUS!!!

  • mikewjattoomanymornings

    What the what?! How was that done? It’s a very cool idea, and would also be a way to memorialize those wonderful, terrifying early marriage arguments in which crockery gets smashed.

  • BahahahHAHhahHh!!!

  • 🙂

  • HA!!!!!!!!

  • That is SO COOL, unique, colorful and beautiful. What a lovely table to sit down to, and you never need a tablecloth.

  • “and you never need a tablecloth”

    That’s what I keep telling my mom ­ but she keeps putting tablecloths ON it anyway!

  • Small Town Mommy

    That table is so awesome. I absolutely love it.

  • Jay of The Depp Effect

    That table is gorgeous. I do love mosaic tiled tables, done well. Did someone in your family make this one?

  • Thanks, girl!

  • No. My mom found this at Horchow ­ about 12 years ago!

  • No, it’s not pretty cool — it’s super cool and gorgeous, too! I want that table.
    🙂
    Traci

  • Thanks, Traci!

  • MalisaHargrove

    I love your photo and I love this table! I was about to ask if you made it, but then I read that you bought it at Horchow’s. I could have make this for you, Meleah! You know I’m the artsy type! When I get moved, I might have to make you some coasters for your martinis!

  • “I might have to make you some coasters for your martinis!”

    HELL YES!!

  • ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MY MOTHER:

    I did NOT get this from Horchow. I DID have it custom made by the manufacturer Ercole. When we got this place, we received a very generous gift from Sol & Bea that enabled me to get it wholesale. The design is Ercole, I sent them the color scheme to work with for our new home. They finished it before we moved in, but I couldn’t wait. When it arrived at Rick’s ( where we were living at the time) I cried when we uncreated it becaue it was so beautiful. Not when I saw it in a catalogue.

    I HAD NO IDEA!

    ALSO —- The chairs took 3 years to find. My mom finally got them from Anthropology.

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