Conveyor Belt turned Table Runner

March 20th, 2012 in member junk     
CottageElements Lanette Lorsung, editor
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Whod of thunk this piece was a conveyor belt in its former life.  Its just too perfect as a table runner!
I LOVE the metal mesh.
Its the perfect width for a table runner.
Long enough, too, for my eight foot tin top table!  Looks like my naughtly cat Hercie likes it, too!  Dang cat....get off the table!
My cast iron English street sign will be the centerpiece on top.  Ooooh...I like how this looks!
It says Castledine Avenue and its VERY heavy!
I had to Google the street name to find out exactly where it is (of course I did....I Google everything!).  Its located in Quorn, Loughboroughin the U.K. 
Before Sarah came up for the JUNKMARKET Under Glass March Madness, she called to let me know she had a baby conveyor belt/runner.  You know I had to have it!  And this one fits perfectly on this little metal table that I have.
Like I said....it fits perfectly!
Did I tell you...it fits perfectly!
Dang cats....looks like they all like my table runner!
Whod of thunk this piece was a conveyor belt in its former life.  Its just too perfect as a table runner!

Who'd of thunk this piece was a conveyor belt in it's former life.  It's just too perfect as a table runner!


Oh my! When I saw this conveyor belt at JMUG in Sept. 2011 it was love at first sight! Sarah Smith of Smith Salvage had two of them, but I had already missed out on one. Luckily I snatched this one up. I knew it would fit in with my industrial style and with an eight foot tin top table, it would work magnificiently on it. Sarah tells me she get's these all the time. She'll be at The Vintage Marketplace in Springfield, Ohio on May 18-20. I better let her know to bring more of these beauties! They are an amazing find!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Lanette of Cottage Elements
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, metal, centerpiece, funky, industrial, fun, black, dining room, chic, table, brown, contemporary, silver-metallic, historical, tin-metallic, european

Comments (8)

mysalvagedtreasures writes: This is such an awesome idea. So clever and something you just don't see every day! Posted: 2:18 pm on March 25th
gadgetsponge writes: That's really cool. I'm all for the industrial look. And that mesh will last forever. I'm sure it's got many, many applications in it's new future! Posted: 12:14 pm on March 25th
CottageElements writes: Jimbo, of course you would make a lamp shade out of it :-) I think you could actually make quite a few lampshades from it! They would be cool though!

Lani Posted: 4:21 pm on March 22nd
TinTinJunkFan writes: This is so cool! Lucky you to have such a long table! Posted: 2:48 pm on March 21st
annebell writes: I LOVE that! It's so interesting. Industrial and classy! Posted: 10:40 am on March 21st
JunkArchitect writes: I love your idea of using it as a runner! I only wish I had found it and turned it into a lampshade...really!

Jim
Posted: 7:54 am on March 21st
weatheredtreasure writes: Wow that is really clever! Love it. The cat adds the peeerrfect touch lol! Posted: 8:26 am on March 20th
EmmasNookandGranny writes: What an interesting repurpose! No one but you would have thought to turn a conveyor belt into a table runner. It fits in perfectly with your industrial style. Great idea!! ~Marge -- I love the cats, too! Posted: 6:52 am on March 20th
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