Over the weekend I resurrected this old shelf. First I painted it white. Then I decoupaged the back of it to give it a little more character.
In my opinion, if you’re a big coffee or tea drinker, it sure helps to have a beverage bar. Especially if you live in a garden home, as I do, with little counter space.
That’s a different kitchen table than you’re accustomed to seeing. I put the round one outside to use.
I had an ulterior motive for getting this long rectangular table. It shall also serve as a place to cut out fabric! And it matches the small round table in my dining room. So I just took two of the chairs from that set and put them with this table.
As you can see, I just cut random strips of scrapbook paper in my selected colors of blue and white and cream. And went to town with the Modge Podge.
See the red and white Harry & David teapot below? I won it on eBay for around a dollar!
Before, the coffee bar had three coffee makers on it. Two of which we didn’t use. So I banished those to the bottom of my potting bench/designated place to hang pots and pans.
This shelf was getting ready to go to the garage, where all things go that I’m not currently finding a use for. But it’s getting so crowded out there.
So I thought, surely I can find a use for it somewhere inside. And this is what I came up with.