Beach house coffee table : Silver end table
Beach House Coffee Table
- 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.
- A low table, typically placed in front of a sofa
- 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 house built on or near a beach
- Beach House's debut album, Beach House, was released on October 3, 2006.
- Beach House is an American alternative rock duo formed in 2004 in Baltimore, Maryland, consisting of French-born Victoria Legrand and Baltimore native Alex Scally.
beach house coffee table - Bamboogle 20-2244B
Bamboogle 20-2244B Brazil 44-Inch by 22-Inch by 18-Inch Coffee Table, Light Beach Finish
Our 'Brazil' Light Beach Finished Coffee Table from Bamboogle insures that you're purchasing an item with special qualities hidden inside. It is machine tooled by hand, and made of solid bamboo with no veneers, filler wood, or particle board. It’s all bamboo, which is one of Earth's truly plentiful and sustainable resources. The clean lines of this piece, the slightly tapered legs, floating top design and the intricate laminations of bamboo work together to give a stylish and modern look that works in both traditional and contemporary settings. Bamboo is a good source for furniture as it is 15-Percent harder than maple which ensures long lasting beauty and strength. If it’s a beautiful piece of handmade-handtooled furniture that you are after, then you have it here. If you want to do your small part in following the trend toward environmental sensitivity, the story gets better. Bamboo is a remarkable natural resource for several reasons. It grows in vast densely packed forests and must be harvested to keep the trees from overcrowding. Our bamboo comes out of the ground 8”-10” in diameter and grows 2-3 feet per day for thirty days until it reaches nearly 100 feet in height. This tremendous growth consumes massive amounts of the 1 greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, which mostly comes from emissions of factories and cars. It also produces pure oxygen at a rate that exceeds any forest in the world. These forests require no fertilizers or chemical treatments of any kind. Bamboo is truly one of Earth's good partners and you’re part of it if you purchase products made from bamboo. You may know that the beautiful Pandas eat bamboo as their primary food source, but interestingly, the one species of bamboo that they choose not to eat is the very species that we use in our furniture. So it’s a win-win for you, Pandas, and the Earth. Thank you for taking an interest in our furniture
Beach house details, 1/6 scale, Barbie size
Walls are coffee color foam core board. They are connected with T pins. Doors are white foam core and poster board with duct tape hinges. Trim is balsa wood. Fireplace is tile trim glued to foam core board. The opening is covered with black construction paper. Floor is self adhesive tiles stuck to - you guessed it - foam core board. The sofa, chaise, and ottoman are all Barbie furniture painted with acrylic craft paints by Delta or Plaid. The zebra and wicker chairs are photo frame/trinket boxes from Hobby Lobby. The coffee table is a wood plaque glued to a metal candle stand. The end table is a pencil holder. The lamps are doorstops and napkin rings. The pictures on the mantle are scrap book stickers in picture frames. The outdoor scene is tropical scrap book paper taped to my real wall. The rug is place-mat.
The couch, lounge, and ottoman are painted Barbie furniture. The coffee table is a wood plaque glued to a pillar candle holder from Jo-Ann Fabrics. The chairs are painted picture frame/trinket boxes from Hobby Lobby. The lamps are doorstops and napkin rings from Wal-Mart. The side tables are made from a coaster, Jell-o pudding cup, acrylic box, and Fashion Royalty doll stand. The carpet is a place-mat from Wal-Mart. The window blinds are samples from Lowe's Hardware. The fireplace is made of decorative tile edges from Lowe's also. The credenza is a vintage Barbie Dream-house hi-fi turned around. The view outside is scrap-booking paper.
beach house coffee table
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Photographer and installation artist Josie Iselin, who uses a flatbed scanner to generate her imagery, has arranged these stones with great artistry, and nature writer Margaret Carruthers yields their secrets, revealing, for instance, that a pebble from Maine was created 400 million years ago during the birth of a great mountain range. Art lovers and beachcombing spirits everywhere will cherish this gift book.