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JACK at RANDOM: DIY: Pallet End Table

Hi! I did this yesterday to my end tables, they looked just like yours, the color of the wood was the same. I took most of the varnish off, sanded them and then stained them.

Next, take your circular saw and put it to the depth of the 2x4, which was about 1.5" for me. Once again, to get the correct depth for you, measure your 2x4 -they all have different measurements sometimes.

Hey guys! I am LOVING my latest knock off piece! I fell in love with the inspiration piece in a popular home decor catalog and had to have something like it!! I enlisted the help of our sweet and talented friend, Ana White, on this project and boy did she deliver! Ahhhh I am so in LOVE and I ...

And in that post I had mentioned that I built the console table for $18 so guess what that means?! It's tutorial time! To build the table, you'll need some supplies.

This table has a more traditional style and a patchwork tabletop. It's a great size to use by the couch or your favorite reading chair. Big enough to hold a lamp, a couple books, and of course a snack but compact enough to work in smaller spaces.

I have three vintage suitcases gathering dust in the back of my closet, so I could not be happier to see a luggage DIY project from the talented Ashley Poskin.We featured her burlap chair in our Before & After column last August, and her signature salvage style is back again in this lovely coffee table. My favorite part?

We are back with another plan today. I am THRILLED with how this design turned out. I wanted to design a table using only 2×4 studs and that’s exactly what I did. This one uses 17 of them, which made my cost of lumber just under $60. YEP… $60. Before we get started on the build, you ...

The transformation of this antique french armoire into a sewing cabinet has been months and months in the making but I think it's the best dang (math) project I've ever done.

With the arrival of spring, I’ve been thinking that I could use some extra outdoor workspace, so I started drawing up plans for a simple table. I figured I could model it after a planting table, but I also wanted a metal surface to set my tabletop grill on for easier outdoor cooking. I used cedar ...

How to Paint a Checkerboard Table. Family game night is a tradition that people of all ages can enjoy. All you need to transform an everyday side table into a game table fit for checkers (or chess) is simply paint, masking tape and wooden discs to make your own game pieces.

AM Dolce Vita: Before and After: Two-Tier End Table

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Saw Table

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DIY X Base Circular Dining Table - Jaime Costiglio

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IHeart Organizing: Ooh La La Marble Top Coffee Table

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DIY Marbleized Back-Painted Glass End Table

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Red Cedar Slab End Table

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DIY Marbleized Back-Painted Glass End Table

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Side table from a wire basket - a 20 minute DIY idea

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Gray Chalk Paint Coffee and Side Table - Maison de Pax

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