Fast Fix: Living Rooms

Build a Shutter Console Table

Repurpose a shutter into a cottage-style console table that will add interest and soften the hard lines of the back side of any couch.

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Attach the Legs

Screw each table leg into each top plate.

Measure

Measure the distance between the two legs on the long side of the table and write the measurement down.

Measure

Measure the distance between the two legs on the short side of the table and write the measurement down.

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