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DIY Stacked End Table Shelf

[genius + great for narrow space + decorative + storage] End Table cut in half and stacked on top of one another to create a mini bookshelf ~ Roadkill Rescue ~ via Infarrantly Creative

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Idee voor de oude nachtkastjes in de gang? I now need two secondhand end tables to cut in half. This bathroom shelving idea is fantastic - as is the other, to use as matching night tables.

That broken table can become a great lamp base. Or candle holder. Or...do it yourself craft ideas (6)

DIY: How to Make a Lamp From a Broken Table - this is a GREAT upcycle, DIY! A table pedestal was drilled through the center (so the lamp wire could run through), painted & distressed & had a light kit attached.

Repurposed Furniture for your Bathroom (1)

Repurposed Furniture for your Bathroom (1)

pure and noble: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Drawers. Add legs to a drawer for a side table in the bathroom/bedroom

Old sewing machine table converted to ice chest.

This sewing table turned drink station is a great idea for parties in a small space. I love anything that does double-duty.cleaver idea for that old sewing machine table

How to make a bench. http://refreshrestyle.com

How to Make a Bench

how to make a bench from an end table and headboard, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling, Painted to perfection A comfy cushion

Entryway table made out of a repurposed coffee table - how cool!!!!

Entryway table repurposed from a coffee table. Plan on doing this with a cheap craigslist table when I find one with pretty legs. want to find something suitable for a plant stand, they're so expensive buying retail!

Just two tables . . . find 'em, paint 'em, stack 'em. Love this idea. by candace

Just two tables . find 'em, paint 'em, stack 'em - high gloss paint is the key, i think. This might be a great idea for my laundry room, fill with baskets for clean clothes and space for folding on top. Make it colorful for a punch of color

Over the toilet space-saver: 2 CD towers and a shelf, wooden balls for feet and baskets for the shelves...I LOVE this and it would work no matter how much space you have between toilet and tub...if you don't have enough room for 2 towers, use 1 tower and the wall...or if walls are your problem just measure between and cut board to size and hang just the shelf.

Over the toilet spacesaver - two CD towers and a shelf. Good idea for toilets that already have a towel bar installed and you can't put up the tall towers.