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Thursday, September 1, 2011

My Harvest Table

Hello again!  Today, I want to show you my harvest table.  I store it in the barn until fall, then load it up with burlap runners, gourds, pumpkins,and bittersweet, but this year I took it out early to put on our new deck.  Take a look!

I love all the chippy, mismatched chairs paired together with it.  Nothing says country like a chippy old chair!  Together there are eight chairs, four down each side.  I have two more that fit the ends as well.

I threw a vintage grainsack roll on as a table runner.  I love the thick red stripes that contrast with the dark wood planks of the harvest table.

I love vintage french enamelware pitchers.  None of them are perfect with their chips and dings, but that just makes them all the more charming!

As summer winds down, I find myself desperate to be outside in the garden as much as possible!  Working out here is hardly a chore and time flies!  

 Spend lots of time outdoors with family this Labor Day weekend and enjoy the last warm days of summer!  I have the privilage of heading over to Burley Park Fleamarket again on Monday.  I am very excited!  I promise to show you all my summer fleamarket finds soon! 

Enjoy the holiday,

Maria ~Rusty Hinge


  1. love you maria and your beautiful eye for all old and "chippy" items. Its beautiful! I can't wait to join you for your sale.....

  2. LOve the use of all the colorful enamelware pitchers! So charming!
    xo, Cheryl

  3. I know this is an older post of yours, but I was looking through your blog and I love the table and pitchers - looks like a wonderful place to enjoy friends, family, and food!


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