I was onlne paging through the March, 2012 Ballard Designs catalog and stopped at page 5! Gosh, I didn't even get into it! Saw this buffet or library table that was being used as a bar and said to myself "Self, that is tres cool!"
Here's the inspiration image (I'm not sure the link will work correctly). Catalog link, then click to page 5.
The elements I singled out are:
(1) The table: Fairmount Console, 32 1-2" high x 65 1-4" long x 14" deep: $899. Hardwood, made in Italy. Worn black or distressed white over gray.
(2) The "Garden Seatl": 18" tall x 10 1-2" width, available in lime, white, or yellow, $139.
(3) The letters on the wall: Typesetter Plaques, I did not see what material the letters are made out of. They come in several different finishes, including black, rubbed white, antique gold, antique bronze. Small letters 12" tall $19 each, 3 for $45; large letters 18" tall $29 each, 3 for $75.
(4) The lamp: Bordeaux Accent Lamp, 22 3-4" high, 14" diameter shade. Clear recycled glass body. $129. With Empire shade.
(5) The framed cork board: Madison Corkboard, Acanthus and scallop walnut carved frame, black or cream, both with brown undertones. Sizes: 28" x 24", $109; 44" x 32", $199 plus $15 shipping; 40" x 60", $299 plus shipping $60.
(6) The clock: L'Hotel du Vieux Quartier Clock, crackled dark chocolate face, 23" diameter, beaded brass see-through pendulum and pierced spear hands. Decoupage over wood composites. $129.
Sooooo, darlings, while I putter my way to slowly, ever so slowly, removing the wallpaper around the bottom half of the family room and plan my strategy for getting both the front yard and back yard grass cut and trimmed tomorrow in-between rain bursts and possible thunderstorms, this is my latest "the look for less" challenge.
July 16, 2017:
Hola! Where does the time go, Geez Louise! Half summer is already gone, and I am first now updating this from last December, tsk tsk. Bad Jan! So, been busy puttering around the yard, as always, and paying more attention than I probably should be to politics. The kitchen "remodel" is on hold due to budgetary constraints, but I hope to have that remedied before the end of the year. And I have yet to paint the guest room - it's only been 3 years now since I moved in to this version of Maison Newton, I'm not lazy or anything, nope... LOL! Take care and have a great rest of the summer. Jan