Balustrade Coffee Table Even the Beginner Can Build

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Jen from House of Wood teamed up with Ana White to build this amazingly gorgeous balustrade coffee table. The real kicker is that it only took her six hours to build and cost about $200 compared to the $1795 price tag of her inspiration. If you are thinking this is only for the woodworking savvy, think again! Jen says this is a great beginner project but warns that saving tons of money by building your own furniture is a severely addicting hobby! Ha!

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Apothecary Coffee Table

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Brooke from Killer b. Designs is no stranger to the popular 20-Second Tidy Up Table from Ana White. After completing the build many times, Brooke was thrilled when Ana contacted her about tackling an apothecary version. Brooke says, “I love this trundle style table, it’s seriously the best idea ever. So much storage, yet easy […Read More]

Fire Truck Loft Bed

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Jeff from A Touch of Arkansas went completely above and beyond with the loft bed he built for his son based on plans from Ana White. Like a bed that looks like a fire truck isn’t cool enough, Jeff’s design boasts some pretty awesome accessories, including a magnet board, steering wheel, and siren. I mean… […Read More]

Modern Hidden Compartments Desk

Laura from Inspiration from Moms wanted to create a space for the two special fellas in her life to bond. They love playing computer games together, and a large, simple desk would allow them to do so side by side. Laura found the perfect inspiration piece and got right to work on its construction following […Read More]

White Entryway Storage Units

Lookie lookie what Jaime from That’s My Letter built for a friend! Yes, a friend! I know you are all wanting to buddy up with Jaime right now because that girl can seriously build. Jaime modified plans from Ana White to create two entryway storage units to wing both sides of the front door. The […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]