Looking to add some pizazz to your living room without spending a fortune?. Hence, behold these stylish coffee tables you can make yourself.
Whether your handy skills are amateur, expert, or somewhere in between. Thus, you can easily make one of these handmade coffee tables. So, We’ve got 9 DIY options, from using tree stumps to picket fences.
Hairpin Leg Coffee Table
If your style is more modern, this could be the DIY for you. It takes just 15 minutes (yes, really!) to create this impressive hairpin leg coffee table.
Tree Stump Coffee Table
Transform an old tree stump into a gorgeous coffee table using this blogger’s tips and tricks. We love the staggered heights of the stumps that create an effortless, rustic look.
Old Windows Transformed Into A Beautiful Coffee Table
Combine storage and appeal in a practical vintage-looking DIY coffee table created out of an old window.
Turning A Metallic Trash Bin Into A Coffee Table Is So Easy
Recycling comes so easy nowadays. Update your interior decor to a fresh navy theme and paint an old trash can in a lovely blue hue that will accentuate your overall ensemble.
Side-Table Hairpin Legs And An Old Wood Slice Make The Perfect Combo
For a vibrant fresh design choose a rather thick wood slice and add it on top of a set of 3 hairpin legs painted in a bright pop color.
Chicken Crate Coffee Table
This blogger transformed an old chicken coop into a beautiful, beach-themed coffee table by adding casters to create movable legs and a Plexiglas tabletop. The final touch? Displaying ornaments from the sea inside the crate to complete the look.
Repurposed Vintage Suitcase
Give a vintage suitcase new life as a table by simply drilling holes into the bottom surface and attaching legs. (Bonus: The suitcase opens up to reveal a hidden storage space!)
Cable Spool Coffee Table
Crafter Halligan Norris Smith transformed an old cable spool into a “bookmobile,” complete with rolling casters.
Stained Wood Coffee Table
After putting together this easier-than-it-looks DIY coffee table with untreated Douglas Fir wood, use wood stain to add color to your creation, then distress the edges with a sander to give it a rustic feel.