KITCHEN TABLE SET WITH BENCH. KITCHEN TABLE SET
Kitchen table set with bench. Kitchen bar tables. Drop leaf rectangular dining table.
Kitchen Table Set With Bench
Lipper International 598P Toy Chest, Pecan
This wonderful solid wood toy chest provides kids with storage for toys, games, and treasures.
Collect stuffed animals, blocks, games, and costumes in this attractive toy chest from Lipper International. With a rounded back cresting, the chest doubles as a bench with a 21-1/4-inch seat height, great for story time or doll display. An assortment of child-friendly design attributes clearly reflects the toy chest's intended audience. Double hinges prevent the lid from slamming closed, while front finger slots further reduce the odds of pinched fingers. The chest's broad, flat surface offers young artists a great surface for coloring. For fans of hide-n-seek, two air holes are installed on the chest's backside. Two side handles enable transportation and also serve as low-profile armrests.
Made in Thailand, the toy chest features durable beech wood construction. A nontoxic pecan finish enhances the toy chest's veneer and protects from splinters. To clean, wipe the chest down with a soft damp cloth and dry immediately to prevent wood damage. The toy chest's design best befits indoor use, and also is available in natural, cherry, and white finishes. Upon delivery, some assembly is required. The toy chest measures 33-3/8 by 18-1/2 by 24-1/4 inches. This item weighs 34 pounds upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling
Two places that spring to mind are night spots. One was Area51 which was a small building-less plot of land with two shipping containers on it. One was the bar, the other the toilets. Kieran and I huddled under a gas lamp for warmth on wooden shipping containers as the sixty-something DJ blasted jazz records from the corner. The other was The Croft. A multileveled, close walled building filled with scientific paraphernalia. The shots come in syringes. Pellegrini's is an absolute must. You simply have to go there. Have as in the definition of the word. It becomes packed with people to an extent that you are gauranteed not to find a seat at the bar or the thin high bench with stools that skirts the opposite walls. They have a menu, but really it's superfluous. Talk to the owner and tell him what you are in the mood for, he'll recommend you something. Get the granita. If you're lucky he'll lead you into the kitchen where you'll find a large, heavy wooden table. From here you'll sit and simply be amazed by how much food is passing through the hands of the lone cook over the stove top smaller than the one in your kitchen. The food is honest, which is refreshing with how pretentious food has become of late. You won't find truffles or fois gras or whatever the current in vogue ingredient is and your food won't be meticulously arranged into something reminiscent of the Mandelbrot set. Graffiti. Museums if they're your thing but I've discovered I can only handle an hour before I become incredibly restless. The markets. Make sure you visit the deli. Breads, cheeses, pulses, cured meats. The list goes on. St Kilda. Catch a tram and arrive just before sunset. Wander along the pier and absorb the people enjoying the last minutes of the day. Head away from the shore for until you feel you've gone too far and go a little further. You'll find a lively street (the name elludes me) with many cuisines to choose from. Or, perhaps beat down someone's door ala Maeve O'Meara and dine with a family.
Burrow MOC (Lego Harry Potter)
– inside view with added kitchen table area (standard with food additions) and Weasleys –
I was equally happy and disappointed by the burrow. The original set is kind of awesome, but it lacked a bit on the playability side imo.
We doubled the house, added an additional floor, enough bedroom/beds to serve the needs of all nine Weasleys, integrated the fire place into the structure and added – constantly lacking in Lego houses in general – a bathroom. A tiny bathroom.
From bottom to top:
Ground floor: living room with kitchen corner (standard), expanded living room with integrated fireplace, sitting area (front bench can be opened and currently holds the Hogwarts letter), bathroom with shower, 'pigpen' (standard) and hen-coop outside.
First floor: twins' bedroom (standard), second bunk bed bedroom
Second floor: master bedroom (double bed, serves as bunk bed as well) with oven, balcony
Third floor: bed room (standard), additional bedroom
About 1500 pieces (stopped counting at some point).
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winsome wood round side table
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chrome and glass end table
pictures of antique tables
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