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Transformed :: Taking Sides

January 26th, 2012

design sponge side table diy

Since I (Claire) successfully conquered my empty wall dilemma, I thought I’d keep the ball rolling by taking on the rest of the living room projects on my honey do list. My small space and large dog make it a challenge to squeeze in a coffee table, so I realized I needed some fab new side tables to flank my recently reupholstered sofa. As I began my hunt, research revealed so many options that indecisiveness quickly took over, so I need your help! I’d love to hear from all of you: Which of these end tables would you like to see me create? Pitch in your thoughts and ideas, and stay tuned for the reveal in two weeks!

wooden step by step side table end table diy

wooden step by step side table end table diy

wooden step by step side table end table diy

wooden step by step side table end table diy

image sources: {from top} design*spongedesign stamped, meggielynnetrendzetaPrudent Baby

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37 Comments under :: Transformed :: Taking Sides
  1. Jennifer says:

    Wow. I really like number 1. I think this would look great in a room with lots of white accents!

  2. Sarah says:

    I love table 2 🙂

  3. Bridget says:

    Love number 2!! Please show us how this would be done. I have one final corner in my living room that could use an end table.

  4. Kate says:

    The first and second tables are my favorites. I can’t pick, though – they’re both great!

  5. Ash says:

    In love with the last one!!!!

  6. Caitlin says:

    #1!!!! I want to recreate it too!

  7. Chanel Dror says:

    Love #4 – would be super interested to see how you make it!

  8. Kelly says:

    Go claire! I’m loving number 4!

  9. Melissa Tuck says:

    Can I pick two of them? 🙂 #1 AND #4! 🙂

  10. I’ve been wanting to give the last one a crack…. let’s do it together 🙂

  11. Jenni says:

    I’m voting for number 3, as i have had too many snagged stockings from a rough wood sidetable in the past! Also, be very interested in how you could make the one at the top of the pictures which is unnumbered? Looks like a clean packing crate which has been repurposed? Jen

  12. Natasha says:

    Number 1…PLEASE!!!!

  13. Megan says:

    Number 1. Loving the wood logs and twigs.

  14. #1! I’ve been wanting to make a table like that!

  15. Vanessa says:

    They are all great but number 1 is my fave!

  16. clairezinnecker says:

    Goodness! Thanks so much for everyone’s thoughts and suggestions! I can’t wait to begin this project and would love to see how you all create your own!

  17. eve says:

    #1 is so cool. i want to recreate too!

  18. Abigail says:

    Definitely No. 4 — Please!!!

  19. A.Co says:

    #1 or (second choice) #4

    Very cool!! Can’t wait to see what you do!

  20. Brooke says:

    2 or 4 – both are SO cool!!

  21. Kristin says:

    The first one. While they all have various aesthetic appeals, it seems like the first one is the most functional, which is something you have to consider in a small space.

  22. Amanda says:

    #2 please! 🙂

  23. Katie says:

    Number 4!!!!!

  24. Nicola says:

    number one (defo getting a lot of love!)

    Good luck, can’t wait to see the results

  25. Celine says:

    One. Obvs!! Can’t wait!!!

  26. Brooke says:

    #2 #2!!

  27. #1 and #2… I’ve been looking everywhere for interesting side tables lately so this is perfect!

  28. […] a great little project to add interest and storage to any space. Remember two weeks ago when I asked for your opinion on which side table you liked the best? You all had so many wonderful suggestions, but in the […]

  29. Jess says:

    Could you tell me where that chair (in the top picture) is from? I love it.

    • clairezinnecker says:

      I found it on the curb outside of a home in Tarrytown during bulk trash pick up time. I find great jewels that way! 🙂

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