Round cottage coffee table. Marble top counter height dining table.

Round Cottage Coffee Table

round cottage coffee table
    coffee table
  • low table where magazines can be placed and coffee or cocktails are served
  • (Coffee Tables) While any small and low table can be, and is, called a coffee table, the term is applied particularly to the sets of three or four tables made from about 1790; of which the latter were called 'quartetto tables'.
  • A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
  • A coffee table, also called a cocktail table, is a style of long, low table which is designed to be placed in front of a sofa, to support beverages (hence the name), magazines, feet, books (especially coffee table books), and other small items to be used while sitting, such as coasters.
  • bungalow: a small house with a single story
  • In modern usage, a cottage is a modest dwelling, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location (although there are cottage-style dwellings in cities). In the United Kingdom, the term cottage tends to denote a rurally- (sometimes village-) located property, of traditional build.
  • The Cottage (2008) is a darkly comic horror film, written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams.
  • A small simple house, typically one near a lake or beach
  • A dwelling forming part of a farm establishment, used by a worker
  • Give a round shape to
  • Pass and go around (something) so as to move on in a changed direction
  • from beginning to end; throughout; "It rains all year round on Skye"; "frigid weather the year around"
  • wind around; move along a circular course; "round the bend"
  • a charge of ammunition for a single shot
  • Alter (a number) to one less exact but more convenient for calculations
round cottage coffee table - 33 Inch
33 Inch Cottage Classics Round Coffee Table - White
33 Inch Cottage Classics Round Coffee Table - White
83048W Finish: White The Cottage Classics 33'' Round Coffee Table is the perfect companion to any seating arrangement in the Cottage Classics Collection from Great American Woodies. Use this table set down your drink as you get lost in a deep state of relaxation. Available in a variety of finishes, this coffee table will lasts for years of enjoyment. Details: -Shipped knocked down, with easy assembly required - Warranty Information -Dimensions: 17''H x 33''W A unique combination of durable Southern Cypress and white acrylic stain with a subtle antique finish combine to create an ageless country cottage look. Cottage Classics are finished with a Cuprinol water-based acrylic deck and rail stain that further enhances the ability of the wood to resist cracking and splitting. This finish will not crack, peel, or rub off onto your clothing. Each piece is hand-finished by furniture craftsmen. This unique process of staining and finishing creates the timeless ''cottage'' look. The combination of Southern Cypress, acrylic outdoor stains, and stainless fasteners means that pieces will look even better with age. About Great American Woodies and Cypress Cypress is a naturally decay-resistant wood, and its uses reflect that. In addition to rugged outdoor furniture, cypress is regularly used in building construction, posts, beams, decks, docks, porch flooring, greenhouses and siding. Fine grain cypress is used to make custom cabinetry. Because of its durability, cypress can be used in many of the same products as cedar and redwood. The reason for this durability is a natural preservative oil known as ''cypressene'' which gives the heartwood resistance to insect attack and rot. Cypress is a close-grain wood that is resistant to checking and warping. The cypress in this product is kiln-dried before manufacturing and ready for staining. Cypress is a beautiful, distinctive and durable wood that assures you years of trouble-free satisfaction. -Made in the USA.

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For Maren
For Maren
Today I drove to Castlewood Canyon to join others in saying goodbye to my friend Maren Francis. She died of cancer after a valiant ten year battle on April 27, 2010.. Maren was 66 years old, a loving mother to her daughters Tina and Sylvia, a great friend and wife to her husband John and an amazing sister to her siblings. Above all she was a tender, caring and giving friend. Maren's beloved mother Adelaide H. Maire died at the age of 90 just three days before Maren. i like to think that she went ahead to prepare the heavens for her special angel. We met 24 years ago in Castle Rock, Colorado through our children, Jason and Tina who were in the same grade. Maren owned a marvelous book store in Castle Rock and we all loved going there...It had easy chairs and coffee tables and a warm fuzzy feeling. She supported all my efforts as an author and would hold book signings for me. Together we went through the Light Work...three long painful years of study and introspection. Together we became ordained ministers. Maren chose to practice while I did not. Maren officiated at our wedding in 1995. It was wonderful for Enest and me to have Marin as our minister for we had shared so many years as friends. Maren and her husband John spent many great days with us in La Veta. Sometimes just for a weekend visit or longer stays to help us with the restoration of the cottage. Every chance we had, we would go dancing at the Dog Bar up in Cuchara. I remember John dancing with gay abandon to a beat different from the band, Maren and I dancing together when the men were too tired, singing along to the old soul songs. Evenings of sitting up to the wee hours just talking and laughing, there was always the laughter. We tried very hard to match-make our two oldest children, dreaming about being mother in law best friends and how much fun it would be. There was a small window of time when they had each graduated from University but fate had other things in store and they managed to find wonderful mates on their own! Maren was a brave warrior in her battle against cancer, refusing to wear a wig or scarf. We all admired her very round head and oohed and awed when her hair came in curly gun metal grey!!!! She had such spiritual strength and faith in her path. She continued to travel, sometimes with her daughters Tina and Sylvia and sometimes with her husband John. I loved to catch up with her travels. Yoga was a great comfort to her as well as hiking in Castlewood Canyon. She loved to get out in the wilderness and her love of all creatures from large to small, took her to the Natural History Museum where she studied arachnids (spiders) becoming an expert on the subject. That was so Maren as every insect found in her house was gently rescued and put out in the garden!!! I miss my friend Maren, I miss the time I could have spent with her over the last few years. Time just slipped away, both so busy with our lives. I thought there would be lots of time....One more lesson learned the hard way!!! At the Memorial I watched two beautiful hawks glide the thermals of the canyon and thought....."Fly free my friend and fill the skies with you memories. I am happy to know you are soaring the open blue skies, free of pain and filled with love for those tethered to the rocky ground of the canyon rim."
A Whole Lifetime Dwindled Down To a Rummage Sale.
A Whole Lifetime Dwindled Down To a Rummage Sale.
2002 Looking at these pictures and so many memories come flooding to my mind. That linoleum in the kitchen, the tiles on the counter, the heavy cabinets and the handles. I can feel them in my hand now and hear the cabinet door shut, to the left on a wall hung a ceramic plate type thing with a rose that I painted. It hung by the coffee pot by the cabinet that held the sugar in that cool metal bowl thing with the little scoop. Taking bathes in that sink, making a banana, sugar and butter sandwich and my Grandma making me eat that whole sandwich and I felt sick afterward, the heavy teal metal juicier, making art projects with old cards she saved, the chalk and crayons in the cabinets by the bathroom, the old, old, old pickles in that same cabinet from when they made homemade pickles, guava, catching lizards, all my Mom's old chewed on gum that was stuck under the table from when she was a teenager, my crayon drawings from when I was little under that same table. The brown square box clock my Mom had bought Grandma, ice cubes that tasted like onions, ice cubes sticking to my tongue and making it bleed, Pepsi in a can that somehow also tasted like onions, eating cereal with mocha mix before bed, milk toast, cottage cheese on a paper plate sprinkled with sugar, "hotcakes", lumpy syrup, art, creativeness, hula skirts, Easter egg hunt one year when it rained, peter rabbit, sewing, pool, Atari, those little round disk speakers that went under our pillow when we went to bed so we could listen to the radio, falling between the mattresses when I slept in Grandpa's room, talking to Grandma before we fell asleep at night, signing my signature on the same piece of paper every time I went there, strawberries, cousins, Grandpa's shop in garage, the spit can, the smell of the oil from the machinery, the plaque for my Grandpa with the crossed wrenches, the rotary telephone with the fancy silver cover, the empty pool, shaving my Grandpa's face, Lava soap, eating dog food and liking it when I was really little (haha), The big, tall trees that used to be out front, holiday meals at the kids table just about where that box sits, cards and poker chips, the sound of baseball, my cat Liza, Sand Dollars, macadamia nuts, and the bumble bees that lived in the picnic table, Neutrogena bars of soap, Ivory dish soap, listening to the old records on the record player, the tile in the bathroom, the heavy mirror on the bathroom door and the sound of it hitting the door as it swung open and closed, rummaging through my Grandma's stuff, walking into the house from the back door, and grandma looking up, startled and happy to see us and kissing us, the daybed out on the porch, living out on the "porch" with my Mom when I was little, poking holes in the fake leather couch with a pen because I liked the popping sound (what a shithead!), the color wheel that was used at Christmas on the tree, and I could go on and on.

round cottage coffee table
round cottage coffee table
Cottage Classic 33'' Round Coffee Table
The Cottage Classic Collection is the ultimate outdoor wood furniture Crafted from durable Southern Cypress to resist decay, splitting, and checking Stainless steel hardware Finished with Cuprinol outdoor stain Cuprinol is water-based stain with UV inhibitor for excellent color retention and fade resistance Lightly sanded to achieve a weathered look Light Assembly Required Choose color finish Optional matching Adirondack Settee available Click Here for Adirondack Settee Click Here for entire Cottage Classic Collection