Antique Factory Cart Table

Shawna from Dakota Creek Chic found an antique factory cart at a local antique store and knew she could build her own version of the Restoration Hardware table that was out of her budget at 1000 bucks. Shawna used Ana White’s plans as a rough guide but was fortunate to already have the cart (that happened to have awesome casters) to use as a base. Here’s what Shawna has to say about her third big project: “This was an easy build, taking only one afternoon to finish. It’s so worth it, and I just love how it turned out. Hope you love it too and hope this inspires you to tackle your own DIY project.”

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Factory Cart Coffee Table

Ever since the Restoration Hardware Factory Cart Table came out, Amy from The Blissful Bee has been dying to have it! Unfortunately, there was a price tag of about $1000 – and for Amy (and probably the rest of us, too!), that was out of the question. That’s when Amy and her hubby decided to […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]

Pine Industrial Coffee Table

Like many of us, Taunnie from Mingled Elements has been longing for a a factory cart coffee table for quite sometime. Since over a thousand dollars was majorly just slightly out of her price range, she commissioned hubby with the task of building her one. He definitely did not disappoint with his version that cost […Read More]

Factory Cart Coffee Table

Jan from With Love has a brand spanking new addition to her living room – a handmade (with love of course) factory cart coffee table. After wanting one of these babies for years, Jan was inspired by Ana White’s plan to finally make the dream a reality. Jan learned a few things the hard way, […Read More]

Rolling Cart Coffee Table

Whitney at Shanty 2 Chic wanted a coffee table that resembled the old time factory carts used to move supplies across the factory floor. Of course, these cost a pretty penny to purchase. (I’m sure none of those factory workers would ever believe that the carts would one day be selling for over $1,ooo a […Read More]