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EntryFarmhouse Entry, Boston

Richard Mandelkorn Photography

Cottage entryway photo in Boston with beige walls and a white front door —  Houzz
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brandymeller wrote:Feb 17, 2013
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    We make custom tables, and can find a similar antique base to make this piece for you, please visit our shop http://bit.ly/DHLhome
  • onesam1313
    Found out this one in Utah brought back to Florida - love it, so unique everyone comments on it.
furrytoes wrote:Sep 29, 2012
  • sprattliz
    not too similar. sure you meant to use this photo?
  • o uch
    Spratliz if you scroll down there is actually a similar table
thiscouldwork wrote:Aug 23, 2013
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    Duffy Design Group
    It came from a Paris flea market. I don't know the cost.
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erin3746 wrote:Nov 2, 2014
  • auchs
    There is a similar one on Lamps Plus.
daynasaari wrote:Mar 7, 2013
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Melinda Weinstein wrote:Oct 27, 2014
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      Pamela Kenny wrote:Jul 23, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 7 Ways to Make the Most of Your EntranceFeb 17, 2016

        This industrial table base and wood plank top look warm and mellow bathed in natural light.

        Laura Gaskill added this to 5 Reasons to Hit That Secondhand StoreApr 21, 2014

        Style tip: Rethink heirlooms. This table from a Paris flea market is so interesting — and it may very well be that your children or grandchildren will covet it more than a traditional box of fancy china. And regardless of whether you have kids, wouldn’t it be nice to own things that are bound to keep or increase their value?

        Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Entryway Touches Anyone Can DoDec 9, 2013

        Make a statement with one unique piece. This part from an antique French scale was transformed into a stunning piece of furniture with a simple board across the top. An antique or reclaimed piece like this will show guests your creativity right off the bat.

        Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Dumpster Decorating: Furnishing Your Home With Repurposed PiecesOct 30, 2013

        And then there's industrial salvage. I have no idea what this piece originally was, but its color, scale, weight and weathered texture make it the star of this entry hall. It's sculptural and mysterious and makes me curious. Did it come from an old, dusty Victorian factory? Or was it a set piece in a post-apocalyptic movie? This is a great example of opening your mind and your home to new/old possibilities.

        Summer Baltzer added this to 7 Ways to Get a Cool Industrial Edge AnywhereAug 3, 2013

        7. Repurposed furnishings. Gears, mechanical devices, work pieces, valves, gears, tile and hardware are just a few of the nonstructural elements salvaged from old factories. Their robust construction makes for incredible, creative furnishing opportunities. Get this look: Salvaged industrial elements and old factory pieces look great when mixed with other design styles or just on their own. Try tipping an old gear over on its side and top it with a piece of glass for an impromptu side table, or simply put a collection of old tools out on display. More: So Your Style Is: Industrial

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Mike Adrian added this to Seamus Creative DenFeb 23, 2019

        Custom anvil for hand stamping. Have Leah order custom creative den ball marks. Isleworth example

        cennis157 added this to cennis157's ideasJan 15, 2019

        industrial base could work at front door entry

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