Glass to Wood Console Table Makeover

wood and metal console

Jessica from A Smith of All Trades had been looking for a console table for her living room when she stumbled upon a metal and glass console table on Craigslist. While the piece looked dated, it had good bones. Jessica picked it up and immediately got to work refabbing it to work for her space. […Read More]

Rustic X Console

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Hillary of The Friendly Home had a console table on her to-build list for months and was thrilled when Ana White drew up some plans for a design that fit her space and style.  While that may seem like more than enough to put a extra skip in your step, the console became the perfect […Read More]

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]

Rolling Sofa Table

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]

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 Columns Console Table

Amy from The Casablanca Transformation created her own architectural console table after falling in love with the look of the large baluster legs. Amy says, “After finding a company that made columns in a shorter height I knew the rest of the table would be easy to build!  All that was left was just a […Read More]