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A very long faded sandblasted coffee table

Last year Tracy contacted me about creating a driftwood coffee table that would accommodate a 92″ long oval glass. Almost all of the driftwood stumps I acquire are not long enough to make that work without an inordinate amount of

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Another driftwood table delivery to S Florida

Once again Nikki & I took to the road to deliver some driftwood tables to customers in S Florida. Our first stop was to Marathon in the Florida Keys. Debra, who lives in Dallas, had found me online & selected

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Our Palm Island delivery

As Nikki & I are getting ready to go on one of our get away long weekends to Manasota Key, I’m reminded of one of the best customer exchanges that we’ve ever had. Several years ago we were participating in

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Englewood sandblasted dining table

In an earlier post entitled Gulf Coast deliveries I mentioned a sandblasted dining table we delivered to Chip & Liz in Englewood. We brought the table & he had a local glass company deliver the 60″ round glass. We recently

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Octagonal driftwood dining table

Jean had recently purchased a home on a barrier island off Florida’s east coast & was in the process of decorating it. She wanted the home to have a very comfortable but attractive “beachy” look. The home’s previous owners had

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