Industrial Round Side Table

Jenn from Build-Basic can’t help but swoon over everything in the Ballard Designs catalog and was especially smitten with their industrial Allen Side Table. However, $199 for a small table wasn’t happening, and why should it when you can build this table for much less? Jenn has made it EASY for you. She used a […Read More]

Accent Table with Curved Legs

Amy of Her Tool Belt was flipping through the Pottery Barn Kids catalog when she saw the cutest little side table and was immediately drawn to the curvy legs. Amy added it to the to-do list for her daughter’s bedroom but then had a more immediate opportunity to DIY when her aunt planned an “Extreme […Read More]

Moroccan Side Table for Baby Girl’s Nursery

I previously shared the simple side table that Jamison from Rogue Engineer built to accompany his baby daughter’s glider. Well that cute little table was moved to his son’s room as a bedside table, and Jamison and his wife again found themselves needing a table for the nursery. Jamison’s wife set her heart on a […Read More]

Rustic Tree Stump Side Table

Julie from Redhead Can Decorate lives surrounded by trees, so it’s no surprise that one eventually made its way into her home as a stump side table. The hardest part of this project for Julie was choosing a stump from her “collection.” She found an elm tree stump without bark and got to work debugging, […Read More]

Tree Stump to Metallic Side Table

Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs knew exactly what to do with a tree that had fallen down in her backyard – turn it into a shapely, hand-chiseled accent table! Sarah enlisted the help of her husband David, and the couple worked together to remove the bark, cut angles into the stump, sand it smooth, and finally finish it off with paint and glaze. Like Sarah, I love how the glaze brings out the detail of the wood!

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“Whimsical Wonder” Accent Table Makeover

Amy at Joyful Daisy shares a fun tutorial in which she transformed a 20-year-old worn accent table into a whimsical wonder! She says, “It was oodles of fun as I drew my inspiration from all the wonderful furniture designs at Mackenzie Childs.” Using a two -tone painting technique, Amy was able to recreate their whimsical combination of color and design complete with the signature checkerboard design and gold dots.

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Umbrella Basket to Wood and Wire Accent Table

Heather of Twin Dragonfly Designs has found a lot to love in Target’s home décor section this season and says it would all look absolutely beautiful in her home. Now Target may be on the cheap side compared to Pottery Barn and friends, but that doesn’t mean you can’t DIY for less! Heather found an accent table with a wood top and wire base she loved, just not for $99. She was able to recreate it for only twelve dollars using a umbrella basket she simply flipped over and free cable spool ends from Home Depot. I love the way Heather thinks!

wood and wire accent table

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Paint-Dipped Side Table

Cara from Chasing Shiny Objects gave a quick update to a plain white table by painting the legs gold for a trendy paint-dipped effect. Cara already had her table, so it was literally as simple as taping and painting. As Cara shares, this look can be achieved with one of those cheap round tables that are usually covered with a tablecloth. With a little paint, no one will know it’s from Wal-mart!

paint dipped side table

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