Y’all saw the table we built for our home and in honor of the Pinterest Challenge earlier this week. It was worthy of its very own post, so here is the step-by-step on how we built this rustic dark X base table by hand in a custom size.
We were inspired by all five of these tables (links:1/2/3/4/5 ), but mostly by the dark stain and classic X base shape.
Hello hello, the day has come, it’s time for the Pinterest Challenge friends! We issued this Summer Edition challenge last week and we can’t wait to see what you’ve created! There are link parties galore going on today, hosted by Young House Love, Bower Power, Ten June, and also right here, so it’s time to show us what you got with a link to your Pinterest inspired project below!
What inspired me for this round? Well, I’ll tell ya! I’m working on a makeover in the kids’ playroom space, turning it into a study, since they’re in elementary school now. It’s a space for them to read, to do homework, or just chill with their friends. We had a circular table in the space (seen here) but with the new window seat we built from IKEA cabinets, that table was looking disproportionally small, so I imagined a larger chunkier more substantial rustic table in that space to give cool contrast to all the white. Time to flex my DIY power tools muscles and build a brand new table, booyah!
Here’s our new X base table Matt and I built for this space!
It’s a gorgeous handmade table made of kiln dried Douglas fir that we bought from a local lumber supply company. This is the first piece of furniture we’ve ever built together, and it’s customized for this space. We used these five tables as our “Pinspiration” !
Hi, I'm Kate from Northern California. I'm a bargain hunter, design lover, and incurable DIYer. I'm on a quest for diamond style on a dime, and I'm out to make my world fabulous, for less, one do-it-yourself project at a time. Learn more.