Granted, this picture does it very little justice. Ours has a distressed white wash (without really looking white), and the wood is a lot less even on top. So, picture that, and you have our new table! It's modest, sure, but that's perfect for us right now. Mm, mm, mm. We also got two (burnt orange stripedy) chairs and a (sage green) bench to go with it (both upholstered), plus the most wonderful, whimsical serving console on the planet. I have no idea how to find a picture of it online, but it looks like something Laini Taylor would blog about. And if you're going to trust anyone's taste, trust hers.
Sigh. I know this is kind of a weird post for me, but I was too excited not to share. I'll put up pictures once everything is in place. I can tell that Joshua and I are going to have a very cabin-y home, full of old doors and up-cycled railroad ties for furniture. And the best-- the best!-- thing about this little table is that once we have need for a larger dining table, it will work as a desk. For me! It's called a Palma Desk, in fact. Now, how is that not just meant to be? It practically has my name!