Monday, June 22, 2009

Feeling Neglected

Primitiques has been feeling neglected since I committed to Winnie & Tulula's. Between preparing for the grand opening at the new antique mall in Athens, my full time job, and life in general, I haven't been able to spend much time in the store. But, that is changing. We got to do a little shopping this weekend and would you check out these chairs?
They are groovy and comfy and don't you love the style? $85 each.Update: SOLD!
I have had this wicker table for some time. It had these interesting criss cross things going on in the middle, but they were damaged when I bought it and I hadn't done anything to improve the situation. David has asked me for months if he could rip out the middle, and I resisted.
The table hadn't sold so I let David go to town on it, ripping the middle out.
I have to admit, it's a much cleaner look. I think a mirror or a piece of glass could be mounted from the underside fairly easily. The table has been marked down to $75. Come and get it!

Primitiques will start filling up again soon.

Happy Monday!



  1. I feel just like you, I need to give my other space at Our little Corner some attention.
    Primitiques looks great, and I love the table. A piece of glass on top covering the whole thing would be perfect.

  2. I hear ya sista- I am crazy busy getting ready for our occasional sale this weekend and I haven't spent a whole lot of time at my booth downtown. After the weekend I swear I'll be better- Krista

  3. Girl, my house is what's feeling neglected. I'm trying to convince everyone dust is the new way to decorate! It will all get done eventually...I hope.

  4. Oh, Debbie! I can't begin to touch my house. No time! Wouldn't it be weird if I took off work so I could clean house? I might have to, as it needs more than an hour here and there. It needs an overhaul, talk about neglected! ~Mindy

  5. I like Margo's idea of glass for the entire top, but that might be a little tricky due to the shape of the table. But I also like your idea of suspending glass under the table to create a little step-down. The table has a lot of possibilities and I think removing the broken rope material makes that more apparent. Thanks for indulging me!

    The chairs have great lines and are very comfortable. They're also fairly heavy and seem to be very well constructed. I bet you won't keep them long!

  6. I do love those chairs.

    Why are you so far away from me?


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