End Tables from old Bar Stools

March 13th, 2013 in member junk     
KentuckyGirl KentuckyGirl, member
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The finished product. I did 2 of these and total cost of project (already had the primer and paint) was under $50!
The original 4 bar stools
Legs shortened... Seat dismantled.
Shelf separators added (1.34 for 2)
Precut top added (17.97 each)
The finished product. I did 2 of these and total cost of project (already had the primer and paint) was under $50!

The finished product. I did 2 of these and total cost of project (already had the primer and paint) was under $50!


I had 4 old bar stools (purchased used to begin with) and when I no longer needed them, I decided to turn 2 of them into end tables! 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, eclectic, furniture, family room, living room, black

Comments (4)

LloydsLandingofSears writes: Wonderful repurposing! It'd be great if they would have been swivel seats, as the tops would be able to act as lazy susans between two chairs to accommodate two guests, lol. I have to keep this in mind the next time I see a pair of bar stools in a yard sale for $5! ~Mary~ Posted: 10:46 am on March 29th
TinTinJunkFan writes: What a great idea! Love it when the repurpose is better than the original piece! Posted: 5:56 am on March 29th
KentuckyGirl writes: Thanks, Sue! We really enjoyed doing this project. My husband used to say, "You are going to do WHAT with that?" Now he usually just says, "OK, lets get started..." lol Posted: 3:51 am on March 19th
suewhitney writes: Brilliant! Now that's what I call a re-purpose with a purpose.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 8:39 am on March 18th
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