I'd love to go back and just take hours to go through that store. It was honestly the best antique store I've seen in a long, long time. They had everything and the cashier told me they have 60 vendors and that new items literally come in every day. Needless to say, I will be going back as often as possible when we are at the lake house.
Here's the table we bought. It has 2 drawers, and a door with a large compartment for storage. Since this room doesn't have a dresser anymore, this will be perfect for guests. These 2 drawers and the 2 drawers on the night stand will be sufficient, and the closet in the room only holds the vacuum cleaner and a few other things, so it will work for hanging clothes. We don't have a lot of guests anyway, but I do want the rooms to be welcoming and have what is needed.
I'm not sure of the age of this piece, but I love the style. If anyone knows what it is called and the era, please leave it in a comment.
Here is how the ends look. Love the extra stability the cross board gives it, because this is a monster TV.
I found the basket at Dollar General, and it works just right to hold the satellite receiver.
You can see it has some distressing, but not too much.
See what a monster TV this is?? Ugh!!
The night stand I made over here is a different style and color, but the bedding brings everything together well enough to suit us.
I gathered up the hydrangeas I cut while here and placed them in another basket underneath Where they will continue to dry out. Gotta hide the cords, you know!!
What do you think?