Aqua Painted Tray Makeover

Lindsey from Everyday Originals had been on the hunt for the perfect tray for her coffee table – perfect in color, size, and price. After a futile attempt, Lindsey was just about to give in and purchase a pricier option from West Elm. She took one last trip to TJ Maxx where she just so […Read More]

X-Base Coffee Table with Zinc Top

Elisha from Pneumatic Addict Furniture has challenged herself to work with materials other than wood and paint and recently added welding to her DIY resume. With this newly acquired skill, Elisha had visions of creating a an x-base coffee table with metal top. Elisha rummaged around in her stash and found all the materials to build this sturdy, weathered beauty just like she’d imagined!

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Wood Coffee Table to Tufted Ottoman

Abbie from Five Days Five Ways was ready for a change from the serviceable wood coffee table she had in her living room. She had her heart set on a large tufted ottoman but knew it would come with an equally large price tag. While Abbie says she doesn’t do pricey, she does do DIY and quickly set out on turning a square coffee table from Craigslist into the ottoman of her dreams. I love how Abbie repurposed a table and think her lovely ottoman is the icing on the cake in her gorgeously decorated living room.

tufted ottoman

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Refinished Trunk Coffee Table

Aly from Entirely Eventful Day loves the function and industrial look of trunk coffee tables. The price was the only thing holding her back from owning one until she found a way to get one for FREE by transforming Grandpa’s old tool chest. With a cleaning, sanding, and staining, Aly finally got her beloved trunk coffee table and brought new life to a family piece that was going to be discarded!

refinished tool chest to trunk coffee table

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Factory Cart Table

Jennifer from Blissfully Ever After couldn’t have been more elated to receive this amazing factory cart table for her eight year wedding anniversary. Her sweet husband built the entire thing from scratch using reclaimed wood, antique rail cart wheels, and other supplies from the local hardware store. Jennifer says, “I am in LOVE with the way this table turned out and it is the perfect additional to our cottage industrial style family room.”

Restoration Hardware Factory Cart Table Knockoff

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Wood and Metal Coffee Table

Debra from Bungalow loved the look of a reclaimed wood and metal coffee table for her living room, but spending a couple thousand dollars on a small table simply wasn’t happening. Instead, Debra purchased some iron from the hardware store and put her husband’s welding skills to work. Even if your husband can’t weld, Debra suggests finding a friend or hiring out the welding to still save a pretty penny from Restoration Hardware’s price tag.


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Zinc Coffee Table

One thing Kelli from Restore Interiors felt was missing from her living area was a coffee table. She got a secondhand table from a friend that happened to resemble one from Pottery Barn with a zinc top. Kelli liked the idea of a zinc top but wanted it to have more of a vintage look than all shiny and new. Kelli experimented with “recipes” and really achieved the look of zinc in the end.

diy faux zinc tabletop

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Industrial Coffee Table

This project is actually a knock off of a knock off that was spurred on by the DIY factory cart table from Amy at The Blissful Bee. Emily from Gray Matter fell in love with Amy’s table, especially the idea of an old-looking table made from new wood. Emily got her husband on board to […Read More]