Saturday, August 6, 2011

Snakeskin table

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As many of you suggested…



I put together a little side table with the “snakeskin” hide



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carry on.

32 comments:

MissBliss said...

Wow! It came out great, Linda... love the table design and this "tops it off" beautifully!

An Urban Cottage said...

You could sell those like hotcakes. Genius.

erin said...

the table is fantastic! that last, up close and personal, snake image is freaky good.

Jane said...

Now this is really an interesting table!!! I agree with An Urban Cottage...snakeskin tables could sell "like hotcakes".

Al said...

Simply stunning! What a fabulous look Nicely done.

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

...well the snake looks a little pissed! I did think of making a few more with what is left...takers?

Desert Dreaming said...

Wow, love the table - gorgeous!!!! You are totally talented, and creative. But, hate the snake - don't do snakes, nope, not at all.

Have a great weekend!

Joni

Beadboard UpCountry said...

I think your table turned out very cool, and I must tell you that second picture almost made me jump out of MY skin!Maryanne xo

Stephanie said...

wow...and a face only a mother could love!

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g+m said...

Linda, that looks awesome. Nice work.

Amish Stories said...

Greetings from the Amish community of Lebanon,Pa. Richard from Amish Stories.

Sush said...

Love the table but as my young grandson would say...That snake is FWEAKY!

Hugs~

Renae Moore said...

Love it and I KNEW you would do something fab!
How many clams for one in the making? Seriously!
xo

alison@MyLittleHappyPlace said...

EEEEK! (Love the table, though!)

for the love of a house said...

fabUlous!!! love, LOVE it! that last photo made me JUMP as I scrolled down the page-eeeeeeek!

happy Sunday!
j.

somepinkflowers said...

aahhh...
the
dreaded albino
side*table
side*winder...

:-)

{{ i have only seen them
in
the
wild }}

anita said...

*LOVE* your snakeskin table linda, seariously hot!
and
*WHOA BABY* that snake face is intense, love it too!

funny b/c my "cleaned up" version of heat commentary (due to gkiddos ears) is "its hot as snake bellies"

becky said...

Clever girl!!!! But you already knew that.

I'm now gazing at the newsstand waiting for the next K+B Makeovers...August 16 is the end of the display date for the summer issue...did they tell you your second bath would be in the fall issue? It looks as if the editor was excused...her facebook says "worked at..." past tense. I have no contact with them anymore.

Cobalt Violet said...

Fabulous table ... yes, the lovely snake looks a bit miffed.

Vix said...

Awesome solution...love how the subtle pattern/texture makes it a perfect partner for the white chair.

[I'll take the table if you get bored with it but you can keep the eyeball'd "inspiration," yikes!]

team bricks-n-mortar said...

Nice blog, but unfortunately, didn't like the snakeskin concept... its sort of represents cruelty on non-human-beings, isn't it?

Karena said...

Linda, I love it, your table turned out great, very elegant!!

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Karena

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bikim said...

ouch!!!!!!!!!
too much for me!
how were your vacations in lisbon???

happy week,
Rosa

bikim said...

sorry! i've mistaken you with hortelã e abacaxi blog!!!! you were not in lisbon!!!
happy week!!
Rosa

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

Beautiful! So rich and exotic looking. I kind of jumped when I came down to that picture of the snake looking at me!

Melissah from Coastal Style said...

My gosh that is amazing - the skin is full od colour but not to busy to fit into just ablout any colour schemes. I love it!
x
Melissa

MissBliss said...

The crisp detail on that snake makes a life-like photo!

So, you have two famous writers in your neighborhood... the both of you ;)

xo xo

Jane Coslick said...

Omg love it!!! I did an apartment downtown and bought 2 small tables with tiny casters that look likes this ...I wanted them for myself

A.J.Barnes said...

That table is really cute...and a skinned snake is a good snake!

classic • casual • home said...

Really elegant. Nice job. I thought I was cool that I just bought a little snake skin purse!

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

Oh my goodness, so impressed with this table!!!! How ever did you do that. Okay, inspiring me to dig deep.

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