I’m starting off the new year with a request for inspiration. While not the most stylish, the garden table below has served us well for 15 years. It had a frosted glass top until recently: When I lifted out the umbrella in order to put it away for the winter, the very bottom of the metal umbrella post caught on the center hole in the glass top, causing the glass to shatter. Luckily it was safety glass, but sweeping up zillions of bits and pieces of glass off aggregate concrete wasn’t fun.
I don’t want I to junk the table base because it’s still perfectly good. That’s why I’d love to hear your ideas: What could I do with it?
Another idea is a perforated sheet metal top, provided I can find a place in the Sacramento area that will cut a piece to size (4 ft. diameter).
If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment below. Thank you!