Television Table

May 4th, 2010 in member junk     
crayzmadre crayzmadre, member
9 users recommend

While searching for something "junkstyle" for a TV stand, we found this old sideboard at the flea market that had it's legs cut off. We took the drawers out but kept the faces so that we could cover up the electronics when not in use. I had an old bed spindle left over from another project that we cut up into pieces for legs to add a little height to it. I love it that not all of the legs are the same...I think that gives it a little character!! We also got the surprise bonus of a hidden drawer at the bottom. A little paint, a little wooden trim, a lot of distressing and...voila!

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, furniture, family room, living room, table, red, game room, european

Comments (10)

crayzmadre writes: I was going for a "pottery barn/pier one" look but I like the first member's description better...I think from now on my style will be "gypsy/carnival"!! Posted: 5:12 pm on May 5th
Born_in_a_barn writes: Great redo, love the colors. It has a cool gypsy/carnival vibe going on, very fun. Posted: 2:22 pm on May 5th
shamrockerin writes: what a great makeover! Posted: 8:29 am on May 5th
MakinItHappen writes: How fun. Great job on this!!! Posted: 11:23 pm on May 4th
Christina_S writes: Wow, you really brought it back to life. Awesome! Posted: 9:42 pm on May 4th
alicemom writes: Really cool redo!
smiles, alice Posted: 9:23 pm on May 4th
greencolleen writes: wow what a great idea,love the hidden drawer. ;) Posted: 8:58 pm on May 4th
CleverJunk writes: What a transformation! Right up my alley. I love all the colors! Posted: 8:06 pm on May 4th
junktiqueboutique writes: Wowser! What a great redo. Can't believe it is the same piece in the before picture. That secret drawer is great to hide stuff~~whoops we all know about it now though. Posted: 5:48 pm on May 4th
RustyDiva writes: Love the little hidden drawer!!!! Great save and redo. Perfect fit for your T.V. Posted: 5:27 pm on May 4th
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