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 couple of pieces of lumber from Lowes for the top and bottom.” Amy layered on various paints and stains for her own unique finish. She really achieved the reclaimed look of her inspiration!
Amy was inspired by the Balustrade Salvaged Wood Console Table from Restoration Hardware.
Find the tutorial at The Casablanca Transformation.
Friday 13th of March 2015
Beautiful!! What used for the table top&bottom? How did you fix the columns to the top&bottom?
Tuesday 17th of March 2015
So glad you were inspired, Casey! If you click on the link in my feature to Amy's post, she shares more details and you can contact her directly with any more questions. Thanks for reading!
Sunday 18th of March 2012
Hi where do you get the columns?
Tuesday 3rd of January 2012
I think your version is much better. This is my next project!
Monday 28th of November 2011
I love this. What is the name of the company that makes the shorter columns? I have a handy brother in law that is willing to recreate one for me! I love that you tackled this!
Friday 11th of November 2011
Love this table but am also wondering where you got your rug!