Love your kid butt bench. With four kidlets we made a long one for our old farmtable. As teens they were done with it...but it was great...we could scoot 7 little kid butts on it!Love your outdoor area...if you need another umbrella and some pillows come visit me!
Looks great. I love how quickly you get things done. I need your speed!
Nice seating arrangement there. I totally love the green lantern. I want, I want...
I am so impressed with your table and bench! You did a fabulous job on it - and so quickly! The black chairs look great with it - hope the weather cooperates and you get to enjoy it soon!:) Sarah
Just remember that you are making memories & really the weather is just a side factor. You seem like you can roll with anything & I am sure you will make your guests feel so welcome. When we look back on our fav memories, we rarely think about the weather~more about how someone made us feel. That is why my favorite aunt is still my favorite aunt, because she made me feel welcome! (sorry so wordy)
Great job! I love that you re-purposed wood for your bench!
Love it. You have inspired me to try to make a bench. Question: How did you paint the chairs. I spay painted a wicker chair once, and it always scuffed up anything it touched.
Looks fabulous, Chris. I love the pop of green in the lanterns.
Okay, I love the table but I noticed the adorable play house in the background. Are u going to give us a tour? Did u build that as well? U are so talented.
Super cute Chris! ♥ it
That turned out so great! How's your pergola coming along?
You did a great job! I'm really liking the black. Normally I prefer white, but I am liking the black, dark espresso, and white.
Love those little green lanterns and the bench is perfect!
Wow, I love the bench and the fact that you reclaimed the wood. Did I hear that you are making a pergola too? I am brand new to your blog and can't wait to see what your doing. I am in the process of redoing my entire back yard and need, need, ideas.
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