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Re-Nest turned us onto this amazing DIY table built from scraps of wood gathered from an industrial area of decaying buildings. With the help of some friends a little know-how this table is now ready to serve Thanksgiving dinner for 10. Only tools needed are: a table saw, a circular […]
This build-it-yourself table by a first time furniture builder is one of the sharpest we’ve seen in a long time. The construction and craftsmanship look like that of an experienced builder. They explain the process which includes re-usable materials. This is a table built out of old pine & fir […]
This project comes to us from Carlito’s Contraptions up on Montreal, Canada. He’s built an ingenious side table for the top sleeper of a bunk bed that allows a rigid platform to hold drinks, magazines, flashlights, etc., but can be folded back as not to be a hindrance to the […]
The hip-hop mega-couple, Beyonce and Jay-Z, recently purchased this dining room table from Hudson furniture. It features a handmade cast bronze base with claro walnut top. We find it absolutely gorgeous but at $70,000 a bit out of our price range.
We’re always looking for interesting ways to repurpose common goods into everyday items and this sign table certainly fits the bill. The sign was salvaged from a junkyard and the remaining structure is mostly plywood.
This is the perfect spring project. Make a mosaic table out of old dishes, glass pieces you’ve collected, or tiles from your local hardware store. Create a side table for your living room or outdoor furniture for your patio.
These uniquely matched chair and table sets make the most of their space and are definitely the most modern pieces of furniture we’ve seen in some time.
Here’s a great little folding table that is perfect for those tight spaces and areas where you only sometimes need a table but otherwise have no room for a permanent piece of furniture. Sounds like a perfect fit for a NYC apartment.
This table looks like fun…for maybe 5 minutes. Actually if this wasn’t the centerpiece of your living space I can see it working in a kids play room or game room
If you are short on space in the kitchen but still need a full-size dining area that can seat at least six, then maybe a pocket table is the answer. These pocket tables are handmade by Pat McGeehan in Waynesville, OH and he can customize them to fit your needs […]