Cara from Build It Craft It Love It came into the blogging world with a bang with this awesome wood and steel console table inspired by Restoration Hardware. In addition to being her very first post, this project is near and dear to her heart because it’s also the very first build Cara designed the [...Read More]
Brit from House Updated needed a simple gray console table for her entryway and loved the color and texture of a cement one from Crate & Barrel (but not the $900 price tag). She took on the task of building her own console table in five simple steps using just a single piece of wood and a curtain panel from Ikea. Here’s from Brit: “It only took an afternoon to make and, best of all, it only cost $25! The result is a sturdy table that has enough texture to make it interesting – it is perfect in our entry!”
You may remember the gorgeous farmhouse table create by the Shanty 2 Chic sisters this past summer. While Meg from MT Tails didn’t need a farmhouse table, she did want a console table and modified the plans from Ana White to make it happen. I love love love how Meg added sheet metal the top and gave it an aged look.
After creating an eye-catching gallery wall with black and white photos, Nikki from That Was A What?! still felt the space needed a little something. Nikki settled on lamps to do the trick, which meant she would also need a console table for the lamps to sit on. Smitten with a pricey salvaged wood console from Restoration Hardware, Nikki sought out some reclaimed materials of her own. Can you tell what Nikki repurposed for her That Was A What?! rendition of RH’s table?
Kristen from Lipstick and Sawdust was in need of a console table for her upstairs hallway, so she sought out inspiration from Pottery Barn and the amazingly talented Ana White. Kristen’s plan was for a long, skinny table with four false drawer fronts. In the end, Kristen was so pleased with her build that the [...Read More]
When obsessively browsing the May issue of Country Living, Bethany from Pitter and Glink saw a vintage table that she just HAD TO HAVE! There was nowhere to buy it because it was a vintage piece, but Bethany says she probably couldn’t have afforded it even if it was for sale. So with the help [...Read More]
Carl from Legendary Antiques built a reproduction of an 1880’s industrial cart for clients that had seen one with a hefty price tag in a large retail store. Carl was able to customize the cart to the size the clients wanted and says, “This unique piece of furniture could be used as a dry sink, [...Read More]
Lindsay from Country Girl Home had always wanted a large console table. When she had wood left over from another build, it was the perfect opportunity to construct her own simple table for less than $100. That’s a major bargain for a solid piece of furniture! Isn’t she a beaut? Lindsay was inspired by the [...Read More]