I always see people throwing out these tables - but I've never taken one because they get sun damaged, etc! What a GREAT idea! You could use oil cloth so that the fabric can be wiped - even outdoor fabric with UV protection! Love! Plastic kid picnic table redone. Fabric, vinyl, spray paint
Under table hammock! Kids would love this! A few tips: I used full/queen size sheets. Had to tie around the width of the table not the length. I had to tie them by matching diagonal corners. You have to fold them a certain way to make it work but they're having fun and so far no one has fallen out.
This was a really quick, easy, and cheap build! Brad and I put this together in just a couple of hours with 2x4 scraps we got out of the dumpster. We used 6, 2x4's instead of 4, 2x6's for the top. It is really nice and sturdy and the kids love it! Ana White | Build a Build a Bigger Kid's Picnic Table | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans
I knew I'd find this on pinterest. I'm going to do this on the back of our kitchen "bar" with magnetic chalkboard paint in three divided sections for each kiddos' schoolwork, artwork, forms, etc.