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  • Robin M. Elder

    farmhouse display shelf, towel bar, coat rack upcycled coffee table! how cute! i'd like to try and make this.

  • Kathi Zeigler

    Farmhouse Display Shelf, Towel Bar, Coat Rack (from old table)

  • Sarah Adair

    will cut my coffe table in half when i get new, paint a cool color then use it again

  • Sheila Lafferty

    shabby shelf farm table salvaged from a coffee table. This would be great in an entry as well.

  • Laura Barnthson Hoffman

    Put a bar on it and make it a towel rack. Turn the edge of a coffee table into a Farmhouse Display Shelf with knobs for hanging kitchen towels or use it as a coat rack.

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