Between construction news and store news, there's always a little miscellaneous news. Add the fact that I'm known as a bit of a talker, and there's no way I can stick to a two-times-a-week schedule.
Anyway, why would I want to, when my SIL is getting in pieces like this fabulous credenza? It measures 65" in length, has tambour doors and is newly refinished...and it sold before I could even post about it. How could it not?
|Credenza by Peter Hvitd and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen|
|View of credenza open|
|View of credenza legs|
Take a look at this impressive pedestal dining table. We saw it attributed to Milo Baughman in one eBay listing, and my SIL talked with someone yesterday who said the same, but we haven't found any proof of that yet. It is similar to some tables by Warren Platner too, so at this point, we don't know who designed it. Do any of you know? It is 66" x 38" x 28.5" and has a leaf for an additional 16". The brushed aluminum trim at the bottom of the pedestal really gives it an extra measure of va-va-voom.
|Dining table, designer unknown|
|Closer view of side and pedestal|