Narrow console table



This beautiful table has a wonderful design that saves space in your interiors. You can order this amazing piece of furniture and search some space in your home for it. It won’t be so hard to find a place for it because it fits perfectly anywhere you want. The table has to be put together because it comes in separate parts.

You will need a drilling machine to get the table in one and fix it to the wall. You will also need wood glue to stick the parts together. Drill pilot holes and screw the legs to the corner braces so that it will have stability. After that you will need to screw the table to a wall at two wall studs.

The design of the table is very classic one so it will bring a more vintage touch to your interior space. The wooden color will bring a little bit of nature inside your home. You can deposit things under it and of course the main thing is that you can use it as a table where you can put decorations or use it as a working desk. The estimate cost for this space saving table is around $111. You will also need some tools, as I said above. This list includes paintbrush, table saw, drill and bits, pocket-hole jig, screwdriver and sandpaper. You will definitely love this after you will set it in its place. Good luck!{found on lowescreativeideas}.


Published by in DIY, on May 4th, 2012

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