Iron garden tables from the mid-20th century are easy to find at flea markets, but they often look plain. Give one instant style with a fresh coat of paint in a sunny shade and easy-to-install caning (no weaving required). This is also a simple way to unify outdoor accent tables that have different designs.


How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Have your local glazier cut two sheets of glass to fit inside the table frame. Cut a sheet of caning (available at specialty stores) to size, and sandwich it between the glass sheets; set in frame.


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