Washstand Harp with a twist

February 9th, 2015 in member junk     
GypsyBarn Jasmin Marisett, contributor
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Before - ICK! Must .... do ..... something .......
Before. blah. It fit nothing else and had been sitting here forever!

So many uses for these tiny tables. So this is about as easy as one of my posts can get! Find a harp - stain it, restore it, paint it, whatever tickles your fancy. Add a nice "shelf" Topper to it, leave enough room behind it to accomodate the thickness of your floor boards, otherwise it will lean, add two tiny L brackets under the table top to attach it to the wall and Bob's Your Uncle! (I use that phrase all the time and people look at me like I am crazy! It's a thing right? HA!)  This white one actually ended up in my little girls room as a vanity for them with a mirror over it. I should really get a cute shot of them using it!

Pattern or design used: My own design - Tiny Accent tables
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Comments (7)

Loftyideas4u writes: Pssst... I'm going to totally use this idea in my space at home. :) Thanks for the inspiration! Posted: 3:25 pm on October 30th
gadgetsponge writes: Fantastic use! I've seen those here and there and can't think of a better way to have fun with a mirror harp. Posted: 7:35 am on February 25th
MakinItHappen writes: WOW! I've seen those things used for a lot of projects, but this is the best! Posted: 1:01 pm on February 15th
suewhitney writes: You are a very clever girl. Great twist on uses for the harp. Love it!

Be well my friend!
Sue Posted: 6:03 am on February 11th
PlentyPlace writes: Okay, not sure which I love more...this genius project or "Bob's Your Uncle"! =) Posted: 12:45 pm on February 10th
DunhamDesigns writes: Super cute idea.. Posted: 7:10 pm on February 9th
georgiamoon writes: These have always been pretty easy to come by and have lots of uses...Love yours!
Georgia Posted: 3:20 pm on February 9th
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