I actually did this a few years ago with an old clay pot with this slate as the table top and this year I changed it up with a new pot I purchased at Home Goods. I liked the Mexican style of the pot and wanted to use that instead of the old clay that was looking a little too rustic.
I added a little statue purchased many years ago in San Diego as a momento of a trip to see my Dad. Then I went on a search of my garage for old home decor items from way back when my kitchen had a southwestern flair. I founds lots of stuff to use.
I also made a coffee table from another big slab of flagstone and two upside down white flowerpots.
This little project became the "siesta spot" for relaxing and reading a good book, or having a cup of joe.
Can't you just see me with my feet up?
My plants, who persevered all winter in the house with us, were thrilled to move to this new locale!
It's a joy to water them now.
And all the family members liked my new design.
Little did I know, the new theme gave my kids something to consider when shopping for momma's birthday.
My son bought me a great fountain piece for the wall. :)
My daughter, the little sun that sits on the coffee table :)
I love my Backyard Escape and I've entered it in a contest.
I'd love it if my peeps would vote for me!
I've named it Siesta Time and entered it into Backyard X-Scapes
You can vote for me here.
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