DIY:Exterior Door Turned Into A Coffee Table

We are already used to the fact that old things can be the base for projecting incredible DIY new things. You can amaze everybody with these kinds of projects and you can also be proud of yourself and the fact that you are also do a good thing for the environment.

Here it is another great idea for this type of project. You may use an old exterior door and create a really nice DIY Coffee Table. The project is easy to be done and you will find it a really practical and useful coffee table.The top of the table is the bottom of the door. You saw it in half, build a frame for it with legs, paint the outside pieces and assemble it all back together.

You may also add some copper piping to make a nice little accent bar underneath the table.Now you need to think of a perfect place for it where everybody can admire it and you may use it the way you want. You will feel proud of your work and definitely the appreciations will not be late. Your afternoons will become more pleasant when you enjoy your coffee with the members of your family or friends by using this DIY coffee table.{found on unskinnyboppy}

Published by in DIY Projects, on August 16th, 2011



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