Fabric-Covered Parsons Console Table

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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!”

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Rustic X Console Table

rustic x console table with metal top

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.

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Balustrade Console Table

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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?

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Wood Console Table

pottery barn inspired console 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]

Two Tone Vintage Table

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]

Industrial Cart Table

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]

Wood Console Table

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]

Two-Toned Writing Desk

Lori from Mamma with a Dash of DIY Drama had an old table in storage that she wanted to make over for her workspace. It was pretty plain Jane and definitely needed a little updating. This was a great excuse for Lori to bust out the beautiful Blue Ocean Breeze spray paint that she’s been [...Read More]