A side table is what we all need in our homes. It is usually found next to the sofa in the living room as well as next to the bed in the bedroom serving as a nightstand too. There are many side table designs to choose from, so you will for sure find the right one to fit in your home. Also, there are many possible ways of how to make some side table and today we would like to show you several of them. Below, we have chosen 15 DIY Side Tables You Can Easily Do and thus save some money for not buying a new one.
The following DIY side tables are quite versatile, so you will for sure find one to fit into your lovely home. Most of these projects are recycling ones, giving you the chance to re use some old stuff. For instance, an old TV tray can be spray painted and turned into a functional side table. Also, you can use some old palettes or crates to create some wooden side tables. Besides these, you can also make a wooden side table out of a log. Just cut it, shape it, paint it and place some of your books over there. Another way to create a beautiful side table is with the use of some old suitcase if you love the vintage decor. And have you ever thought that you can use a vinyl record as a tabletop? Yes, you can, and below you can find a tutorial of how to do it. Scroll down to check out how you can do all of these side tables as well as many other and choose which one you will try to do. Enjoy!
DIY Wire Basket Side Table
DIY West-Elm Inspired Side Table
DIY Vinyl Record Side Table
DIY Side Table Out Of Log
Upcycled TV Tray To Side Table
DIY Crate And Pipe Industrial Table
DIY Mid Century Side Table
DIY Pallet Bookshelf Table
DIY Stump Side Table
Vintage Craftsman Toolbox To Side Table
DIY Chic Bed Side Table
DIY Suitcase Side Table
Re-purpose A Lamp Into A Side Table
Upcycled Old Door To Side Table
DIY Hanging Side Palette Table
So, which one from the above side tables you would try to do? Tell us in the comments and also let us know if you have any other idea of how to make a beautiful side table for your lovely home. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with our content to find many other DIY projects that can help you decorate your home on a budget.