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Small Dining Table

Small Dining Table

Blogging has been a wonderful experience for me.  

So many awesome things have happened to me since I started blogging.

Small Dining Table

I’ve been to conferences, met some awesome bloggers and some very talented artist.

Small Dining Table

I sell my refreshed items at Two Women in a Warehouse in Pooler, GA and Savannah GA.

(this came about from meeting a blogger at a conference)

Small Dining Table

One day while I was adding furniture to my space I saw an amazing table.

Small Dining Table

It was too large for my space.  

But why not call the artist and see if he could make a smaller one?

A simple phone call and a week later, I have a wonderful table for the lake.

Perfect size!  Refreshed from old lumber, love all the imperfections!

Small Dining Table

I could not be happier.

Blogging has so many benefits!

In fact right now, I’m on my way to the Southern Bloggers Conference!

I’ll be sharing on twitter and instagram 🙂

Small Dining Table

Thanks for letting me show off the table that Charlie built.

(Just in case you missed it, I shared this at The Two Seasons a couple weeks ago.)




Savvy Southern Style


  1. Love the table! Wish I was with you at the conference! Tell everyone I said hi! Have fun!

  2. that is an awesome table.
    How fun!

  3. The rope detailed combined with the weathered wood is PERFECT!! I might need to copy this design. 🙂

    Have fun at the conference, can’t wait to hear all about it. 🙂

  4. Debbie, I’ve been missing in blog land for the past month, so I’ll be playing a little catch up here.

    That table is adorable – I love the rope trim!

    Enjoy yourself at the Southern Bloggers conference – one day, I hope to make it to a blogging conference!

  5. I am going to be in Savannah the first week in December to meet my new grandson! I would love to visit your shop. I looked on line and found the Savannah address. What is the Pooler one? (My daughter actually lives in Pooler). I love your stuff and would like to meet you too!

  6. I hope you survived bringing your haul home. That was a load. So nice meeting you this weekend, too.

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