Finding the right furniture accents for your home can be loads of fun. If you are located in an area with many antique outlets or second-hand stores your search for the perfect table may be quite easy. If on the other hand, you do not like what you see or want to make your own, this project may be right for you. Anika from Anikas DIY Life decided to make a rustic console table and kept the cost below $50 in materials.
She does note that you will need a jig, and a miter saw will be helpful with the cuts. Since there are not too many pieces of wood the table goes together quickly. Anika applied stain to her table, but you could also paint the table if you think that will fit your decor better.
This sturdy table will add function and storage to your home. It will hold items on the top, middle, and bottom shelf. A great place to show off pictures, crafts, or other primitive decor items and a perfect fit for a primitive/rustic decor.