This cute little table is pretty much 100% recycled wood. The legs were part of a 1960's four-poster bed, the table top was a cupboard door from a salvage yard and the applique on the front is a 1970s wooden coaster that I cut in half.
If you compare this harlequin paintjob to my previous post of the green coffee table you can see how differently a pattern can look just by changing the length or width of the diamond. A long thin diamond makes the piece look longer and more slender. A short blocky diamond can make a piece seem more square. In the past I have been unhappy with a diamond pattern and redone it. You would be amazed how the same piece can look totally different with two different sized patterns,
Mixed Media Woods, Cupboard door, Coaster, Bed Posts, Latex Paint, Spar Varnish. Designed and Built by Brett Bigham of Black Dog Furniture Design.