Build Custom End Tables
Create deep, wall-mounted end tables by cutting a vintage bench in half. The tables take up less floor space and provide ample surface space.
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Secure the Bench
To firmly secure the bench to the wall, drive another wood screw down through the top of the bench into the wood cleat below. To hide the screw head, countersink it slightly and cover it with wood putty.
This table is covered in zebra-wood veneer, and the recessed top is filled with river rocks.
HGTV Design Star judge Vern Yip shares his top tips in HGTV Magazine for choosing the right side table for any room.(10 photos)
Add personality and one-of-a-kind style to your living room with chalkboard cube end tables. Acrylic overlays keep drawings...