Closing Time

Closing Time

If this pub set was true to it name, and actually originated from an actual pub, then I bet that pub was called “The Splintered Bottom,” and it was probably a real downer of a joint.  The type of place where nobody knows your name.  And nobody cares.

But you know what would cheer that thing up?  Some cheer in a can! AKA: yellow paint.  Check out the up close shots on Brecken’s blog The Chic Life.  And hey, if you happen to love it and live near Niceville, FL … it’s for sale!



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  1. August 10, 2011 / 10:34 PM

    I find your blog a few weeks ago and love it!! I don’t think I missed anything…I hope not 🙂 Excellent boring to fun yellow pub set!!

  2. August 11, 2011 / 1:24 AM

    This reminds of the “antiquing” paint technique that was so popular in the early 70s. Now we call it aging. Even the gold color is very similar. I am seeing more and more decorating trends coming back. Everything old is new again.

  3. August 11, 2011 / 2:58 AM

    I would have loved to seen these chairs each a different color and the table really different 🙂 These are cute though 🙂

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