20 Table Projects That Anyone Can Tackle
Low Coffee Table
This table will make a great addition to any living room and offer the perfect surface for all of your favorite reads.
Vintage Decor Stenciled Nightstand
Give your nightstand that antique feel by adding a beautifully stenciled design to it.
Create the perfect side table to be used indoors or outdoors, by upcycling a basic tray table, and incorporating cement and crushed colored glass to give it a fresh new look.
Updated Picnic Table
Turn your chipped, peeling, or sun-damaged picnic table into a chic statement. All you need is a few coats of matte black paint, a shady spot and you're good to go!
Painted Wooden End Table
See how we gave this ordinary table a shabby chic makeover using a weathering trick — vintage antique wax!
Tree stumps, used individually or clustered together, function as low tables in a living room. A coat of enamel paint applied to the tops serves a dual purpose: It adds a jolt of color and creates a smooth, sealed surface.
Marble End Table
This steel-legged DIY table adds some industrial cool to your home without ever opening a tool kit.
Bentwood Chair Table
The interior rails of three beleaguered bistro chairs form the legs of this petite side table, which has been painted a mellow shade of yellow.
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).