Dimensions: Length 29.75 inches, Width 10 inches, Height 32 inches, Weight 12.5 pounds. This one-of-a-kind piece could work in an entryway, living room, den, office, dining room, or bedroom. $150.
Someone left this table, with no top, in an unoccupied office at my workplace. Facilities staff said I could have it. It was very poorly constructed—a homemade project attempted by someone who, it must be said, had very little skill. It was quite unstable, corners were not square, similar pieces were uneven in length, and so on. I disassembled it and trimmed the similar pieces to have equal lengths. In sanding down the olive-green paint, I revealed a white layer underneath. It began to resemble a camouflage design, which was unique and appealing, so I left it like that, rather than sanding all the way down to raw wood. I tightly reassembled the frame with screws and left the heads showing, in line with the raw look of the frame. I selected some boards from my collection of pallet wood, cut and sanded them smooth, stained them a medium brown, and attached them to the frame with glue and nails. I did not put a clear coat on the top so it would match the raw look of the frame and legs. This renovation was quite a transformation.
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