One of the booths at Rockin' B Antiques is featuring a wonderful cafe table set made from a vintage Singer sewing machine. It's such a fun set and is stopping customers in their tracks. I'll bet it will sell fast.
|Jackie's table at Rockin' B Antiques|
My husband made a fabulous table from a sewing machine base years ago. I have used it in a number of places and love it. It has been in our coat room since we moved. You can see the table from several rooms - it's a key location and I wanted to have something really pretty there.
|My table ~made by the hubby|
I started thinking about these vintage sewing machines. Even when the sewing machine itself is missing or the table top is damaged beyond repair, the iron base goes on and on. They can certainly find new uses. Here are a few other variations I found:
|from Recycled Designer|
|from Mostly Mesquite|
|from Wild Chicken|
|from Mac Elated|
|from Louis Frye's Blog|
|from Treasure Barn|
|from Redoing the Undone|
|from Freshness Magazine|
|from this Flickr site|
|from Cozy Little House - A new blog discovery - I need to explore this one!!!|