Jamie from Southern Revivals was flipping through a Pottery Barn print catalogue and crushing on the expensive furniture when she came across the Carmen occasional tables, and loved the sleek yet rustic look. Rather than spending $275, Jamie opted to recreate the look for much less. Now, the Pottery Barn original boasts a metal frame and teakwood top, but to save time and costs Jamie opted to go for an all-wood route and swapped the stained brown top for a whitewashed one. She used a dark paint to give the legs that dark metal look.
Her table looks super chic and is perfect for summer and fall backyard get togethers!
This is the Pottery Barn original.
Head over to Southern Revivals to see the full tutorial!