ENJOY THE RIDE TABLE-This table started out with 2 bicycle rims and 2 boards from my stash. I added some big old castors that I got from a junk shop to make it roll. If you are going to "enjoy the ride" then you better be able to roll! I hand painted the top and stenciled the bottom.
My son brought 2 cable spools home from work for me to play with.
I painted them up and added castors to the bottom.
In this picture you can see that I attached some jute to the middle to make it look like a spool of twine.
This table started out with two bi-fold doors. I originally bought them to make a clothing rack but decided against it because they were way to tall. Left with my 8.00 investment I let them sit for a couple of months and then decided they would make a great couch table. You know the kind that you put behind your couch to display cool stuff on. I uses some old table legs and some castors on the bottom so you could move it around easily. I hand painted the designs on the top of the table.
This is one of my favorite tables. It was made from 2 large drawers I found at the Re-Store. I added some large spindles and once again some castors and came up with this table. I even added some hooks on the end for towels or utensils or kid's jackets. Whatever! I painted it shabby white and stenciled it with a French script stencil.
I can't even believe I made this table, but I did. When I say I made it I mean it. I design my creations and then put them together myself. This one I made from a large drawer and 2 auto creepers that are used to scoot under a car when you are fixing it. The wheels roll very nicely. I used some old table legs to connect the 2 parts and an old baby bed spring for the back. I hand painted the design on the front and added the floral swag. I forgot to take pictures of it so the lady who bought it was kind enough to email these two pictures. I think she did a great job taking the picture it reminds me of something out of a "Romantic Home" magazine!