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Our dining room table is a beast of a thing. Seven feet by five. Six sturdy planks of unidentified tropical hardwood, some of which are starting to separate so far that I can fit a whole hand down the resulting gap. The top is covered in scars, scrapes and gashes — each one a story. It holds secrets, this table — layers and layers of history.
This is my kitchen table. It was given to my husband by his parents when he bought his first bachelor’s pad (now our family home), and it is a good one that performs all of its table-related duties. I am grateful for it, especially considering it is the only one we have. But sometimes I wish it was more … special. Besides a tablecloth, what are some ways I could gussy up this table and make it more uniquely ours?
If you’re in need of an accent table look no further than the most amazing accent table that ever existed — or in this case never existed — the unicorn accent table!
My husband and I recently downsized to a pretty amazing 875-square-foot apartment, and because of that we sold a lot of our furniture (including the kitchen table). So with the holidays coming up, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for awesome-looking, space-saving tables that could easily be folded up once the guests are gone?
Using leftover wood block samples from my office and custom hairpin legs from Etsy I made these two small tables, which together are my new coffee table. Here’s how the DIY project went down…
You saw her awesome mustache-themed bathroom and loved it. Now check out how Homie Metal Maggie made a pair of outdoor side tables with just a couple of $2 plates and old plant holders.