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I Found Bamboo Furniture on the Side of the Road

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Y’all! I interrupt your regularly scheduled blog content with some breaking news. Last night we were at our neighborhood holiday gathering at a neighbor stopped by and said that someone had just put a set of gorgeous bamboo chairs on the side of the road. If you know me, you know I had one foot in the truck before she was even finished with her sentence. We drove around the block (bless Sean’s heart) and there it was. 6 chairs and a table. No cushions or glass but my gosh y’all its in fantastic shape.

I Found Bamboo Furniture on the Side of the Road - Charleston Crafted

The only problem is that we really didn’t have a plan of where to put it. Our long term plan is to build a large deck and move our current screened porch (wrought iron) table there. So, I dragged the metal table onto the current patio situation and tried the bamboo set on for size. It’s too big with the chairs on either end, so I set up 2 of them as more of a “lounge” area – imagine a side table in between them.

I Found Bamboo Furniture on the Side of the Road - Charleston Crafted

I really like it, but Sean’s not so sure. Then again, I’m more spontaneous, and he prefers a well thought out plan. And this was not a part of the plan.

I Found Bamboo Furniture on the Side of the Road - Charleston Crafted

I Found Bamboo Furniture on the Side of the Road - Charleston Crafted

What do you think we should do? Keep it? Have an idea for what we could do with it? Pass on the good find karma?

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