Kitchen Bench


The old picnic table bench, with a fresh coat of black paint and felt on the bottom of the legs to protect the floor, is ready for indoor use.  The handwoven top was purchased from a rug weaver (believe she’s from Columbiana, if I remember her name, I will edit this) at the YSU Festival of the Arts in July, 2013.

I like this old bench.  It is made of a heavy wood, not pine.  When I had to part with the picnic table on a move years ago, I could not bring myself to part with all of it so it was sold as a table with three benches instead of four.  Since then, this bench has sat on porches and got hauled to places so I could sit down.  (Some chairs hurt me.  My spine will not let me sit on soft, fluffy furniture.)   Here, it will go in my kitchen, slide into the open space under the sink, so it tickles me to have it re-purposed.

Here’s to a good day… thanks for reading!


2 thoughts on “Kitchen Bench

  1. That’s one beauty of a bench, no wonder you couldn’t part with it. I have been a tardy visitor Nancy but that isn’t personal – so behind with all visits to my blogging community – distracted by life – will never catch-up but will do my best…

    • Thank you John. I’m hoping to catch up with my reading as well, now that I am back online with a computer and can access the “reader” again. It is good for life to get in the way. I wonder about people who are online constantly.


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