A table to grow old with
Posted on February 10, 2012
Nice! I finally got this featured image thing working 😎
We recently moved into an awesome loft in Seattle’s Pioneer Square and our first and most expensive purchase was this table built by Andy Whitcomb. We wanted a table that we could create memories with; without having to really worry about scratches or candle wax 🙂 The story of this table starts in Portland with reclaimed floor boards from an old train station held up by industrial metal shelving like you would see in a Costco. The teal has really grown on us:) You’ll see through this blog that the table plays a significant role in hosting dinner parties and serving dinners. Needless to say we love it.
Categories: Seattle Kitchen