Restyled Game Board Table

5-DSCN5321New table for my back porch.

1-DSCN5292I needed something smaller than what I already had. I dug through the pile I have been gathering for when I have the mother of all yard sales. These two game boards and bar stool sparked my imagination. The bar stool was the perfect height for a table.

2-DSCN5313I painted all the pieces the same color. Yippee for me! I had paint in my stash.

3-DSCN5316Tracing the seat on paper helped me find the exact center of the bar stool’s seat. The game board already had a hole in the center.

4-DSCN5320A little wood glue and a screw through the center attached the large board to the top. The smaller board was glued across the rungs to make a shelf under the table.

Easy peasy!

Enjoy!

I WAS FEATURED!!!
Beyond The Picket Fence

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  1. Great idea!!! You even have a little storage area underneath! Thank you for linking this up to Rustic Restorations Weekend!