Repurposed door and some thick rope makes a perfectly lovely picnic table. This could be fun or just silly and not work. We'll see. (Everyone would have to have table manners with this though... "elbows off the table and all" because it's suspended..)
Functional Room Dividers That Were Made For Small Spaces
Love the idea of a drop-down table, set against a reclaimed pair of French doors. This cozy spot is perfect for intimate dinner dates, a home office, and perhaps even a pop-up bar for evenings of entertaining. Bonus Tip: Hang a source of lighting directly above the table to establish the area's boundaries.
Best of 2011 - Creative Decorating for an Outdoor Wedding
1)tomato straight from the vine 2)take in a ballgame 3)shorts with a silk blouse 4)read a book 5)Kabobs 6)walk w/ sunrise 7)fresh basil 8)bright pedicure 9)Bare some shoulder 10)cone of ice cream 13)Read 1 more book 14)Leave windows open15)Hang the sheets out 16)Fire up the BBQ 17)Dine al fresco 21)date for dinner followed by a drive-in movie (bring dessert and wine) 22)Make sangria24)Listen to the ocean 25)A cobbler w/ fresh berries 26)Picnic-a baguette, brie, grapes & a glass of wine
There's nothing quite like an afternoon spent outdoors, tailgating with friends before a big event, on a crisp, fall day. Today we're showing you how to plus up your tailgate, while still keeping some of the old school traditions alive. It's surprising how easy it can be to elevate your tailgate
TableTopics (they come in all categories). These can work really well as writing prompts for journalling, or for that potential memoir. Can also work to help formulate character background. Also, great for dinner conversations. Enough said!