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Rustic Table


A slab of stone and a few overturned flowerpots make a table that blends into the garden so well, it almost looks like something you unearthed while turning the soil. The top is a piece of marble, but slate -- or even an old wooden door -- would work just as well: Simply place it on top of four large upside-down terra-cotta flowerpots. Once assembled, the table can be used as a work surface or an outdoor coffee table, more than sturdy enough to rest your feet on. 


Martha Stewart Living, March 1996

Reviews (4)

  • Foxgirls 8 Aug, 2010

    I think this will work for me, thanks!

  • SEY 19 Feb, 2010

    We have a dump where contractors get rid of all sorts of things including stone. I'm going to be on the lookout for a peice that needs a home.

  • MarthaFanPatty 20 Jul, 2009

    Love this

  • MarthaFanPatty 20 Jul, 2009

    I really like this idea:) thanks Martha