Coffee table made from a pretty rare window with diamond shaped panes which opens up for storage. Each one of these tables is one of a kind. The table itself is made from new 2" x 6" studs. Interior shelf is made of rough cut 1"x4" and 1"x2" cedar board in contrasting shades to add interest. All reclaimed hardware is used whenever possible, with the exception of new sash locks on both sides. This one features a vintage crystal door knob to make it super classy! Dimensions: 34"l x 18"w x 15"h
I love the windows. The brightness appeals to me, too. I wish I could live in a space like this, but I think I like too much color and pattern.
Reclaimed Window Coffee Table Might take a little more effort than the other DIYs, but the payoff is worth it. Take an old cabinet (or find one at a thrift store) and add some legs on the bottom to get a gorgeous coffee table with storage space.
Really like this coffee table - window pane and crates. Perhaps it's a do-able at-home project?