A Shabby to Chic Beachy Bistro Set

This little bistro set started out as two beat up old stools I think I bought for $2 each. I created the table with an old porch post, found shelf brackets and plywood I cut into a circle.
I covered the stool seats in a really cute retro inspired beachy fabric. The table was painted different shades of blue. The top received a hand painted beach scene and trimmed with white roping.
Now this little bistro set is a perfect fit for a corner  or the front porch of a beach cottage!
Thanks for stopping by today!
~Lisa
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4 Responses

  1. Eileen

    Oh my God this is adorable. I am your newest follower now. Your have done such a great job with this little bistro set!

  2. Susan

    What a great job you did on the little Bristo. How creative!

  3. GARAGE SALE GAL

    Hi Lisa,
    You are BUSY…looks great. Very summer.
    I need to paint a few things…one of these days.
    Nice finds in the past couple of posts. I did read Dick & Jane books when I was in grade school. I still have a workbook from school that is Dick & Jane.
    Happy Weekend.
    Deb 🙂

  4. Blue Ridge Altered Art

    That is so cute. You did a wonderful job. You are very talented.

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