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  • Sharon Garcia

    Spool turned coffe table with book storage.

  • Jennifer Luder

    DIY Factory spool table with dowels for book storage- perfect for a coffee table or kids room!

  • Debi Duke

    Neat idea for an end table or small coffee table or a kid's room. Fun little table on wheels, made from recycled cable spool.

  • PTL

    cable spool turned coffee table and book shelves

  • Courtney Robbins

    Diy Bookshelf-coffee Table. THIS is a great idea for all those books and magazines I keep. I love the round reclaimed wood / Giant vintage wooden spool with dowel rods to keep books neat! So cool for living room Or kids room even - extra seating too! Could use as coffee table or add a cushion (see no-sew cushion instructions pinned in HOME: Entryway)

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