Make A Fantastic End Table From A Planter DIY

All you need is a large planter and a piece of wood to get this project started.  This DIY end table can also be used as storage because the top is not attached.  The top doesn’t have to be round so use what you have available.  Thanks to Plum Doodles for the great idea.

When I started the keeping room makeover, I hadn’t really planned for it to be our tv room, but Richard convinced me to give it a try. The furniture we had in there wasn’t really good for slouching in front of the tv, so we swapped things around and moved in Richard’s recliner and the love seat, along with the dresser converted into a tv stand.

The space is really small cozy and there isn’t a lot of room for much else, but we needed a small table between the recliner and the fireplace. I decided to challenge myself and create a diy accent table from whatever I already had on hand.

I needed to raise the height of the bucket slightly, so I looked through my stash for inspiration. I cut a section off three table legs and attached them to a round wooden cheese board. Those table legs are left over from the coffee table I have used for parts for the French style bookcase, the easel chalk board, and the message center. There is still enough left over on those legs for another project or two. I have gotten a lot of mileage out of that coffee table, haven’t I?!

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Images from Plum Doodles.

For the full instructions visit Plum Doodles.

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