How-to: Vintage Sign Coffee Table
The DIY experts at HGTV Magazine recreated this flea market find. Here’s how you can, too.
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- 3/4-inch-thick plywood, same size as sign
- table saw (optional)
- white primer
- paint brush
- white melamine iron-on edging ($7, lowes.com)
- metal hairpin table legs
- clear construction adhesive
- spring clamps
Cut a 3/4-inch-thick piece of plywood the same size as your sign, or have a home improvement store do it for you.
Paint the entire piece of plywood with white primer. Let dry. Cover the plywood’s edges with white melamine iron-on edging.
Drill pilot holes into the underside of the plywood for each table leg—we used metal hairpin legs—and screw them in.
Upcycle flea market finds to create exciting new pieces courtesy of the DIY experts at HGTV Magazine.