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 left an octagonal glass table in the breakfast nook of the kitchen that featured an unusual octagon shaped ceiling. The large glass top was perfect but Jean hated the table base. In the process of searching for a replacement table base, Jean’s daughter found my website on Etsy. She contacted me & I sent her pictures of a very unique base that I was working on that I had intended to place a round glass on.She immediately knew when viewing the images that she had found the perfect base for her 55″ octagonal glass.She drove up to my shop in Orlando, we placed it in the back of her SUV & it now has a new place in Jean’s lovely home.