Both of my kids love art and creating, and I love having a designated place for them to unleash their creativity. Could you use an art table in your house too? Over at Handmade with Ashley, you can get a tutorial to build a table just like Pottery Barn Kids – but for a fourth […Read More]
I love me some chevron, so it’s no wonder the design of this table built by Paula at Sweet Pea and her hubby caught my eye. The slanted shelves mimic the look of chevron and also keep books and magazines nice and tidy. You can’t beat stylish AND functional! Would you believe it only cost the couple $30 to build?
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]
After becoming slightly obsessed with side tables (and noticing the common thread that store-bought tables are uber short), Katie from Matsutake went on an endeavor to make her own. Katie turned to a cardboard building tube, two wooden circles, and strips of shiny vinyl to create her modern table for only $27. Katie says, “…it’s […Read More]
I so love the simplicity and functionality of this little sofa table built by Ana White. Need a place to set your snack? Your laptop? How about a magazine? This table has you covered, rolling quickly to your aid and pulling up snugly to the sofa! As f that’s not enough, the simple design makes […Read More]
After Jessie from Imperfectly Polished spotted a table from Pottery Barn that would be perfect for her farmhouse-styled dining room, her sweet husband Mike took the lead on building a DIY version. This table has a great rustic design with the crossbeams and mortise-and-tenon joint. Jessie and Mike even added their own special metal detail […Read More]