One day while perusing our local Goodwill I came across this kid's table.
Aside from the fact that it's covered in stickers and the motif on top makes it look like something you would recover from the trash cans of one-time famous designer, Laura Ashley, it had potential.
Plus, it was $2.00. I mean for $2.00 ANY THING can have potential, right?
At the time, Little B was just a teeny tiny blimp on an ultrasound but I brought this little guy home with me because I knew one day it would come in handy. That day is now! There's only a little over a week until the end of the One Room Challenge and the playroom reveal and I'm still scrambling trying to come up with ideas on what to do with this table set.
Here's a round-up of a few of my favorite ideas.
13 Fun DIY Kid's Table Makeovers
I can't get enough of the playful pops of colors and scalloped design on this set!
It's perfect for a kid's room.
This makeover of the ever-so popular Ikea LATT line is so sweet and precious for a girl's room.
Gosh, isn't this SOOO pretty? The look of this floral table was created with wrapping paper.
YES, wrapping paper!
Source-Milk and Mascara
I love the idea of adding fabric to the kid's chairs and those dipped legs are fantastic.
Obsessed doesn't even come close to describing how I feel about farmhouse-styled furniture lately!
I blame Fixer Upper for this.
Speaking of "Fixer Upper"....
Jo-Jo is a design goddess. Let's just put that out there....
I vote "YES" for grey! It's my new favorite color.
I also love the addition of the stenciled numbers on the backs of the chairs.
This letter pressed inspired kid's table is very Pottery Barn-ish.
Two thumbs up in my book!
I'm so smitten with the contrast of the dark wood and the pops of blue in this set.
Or you can tone it down a notch and mix wood tones with grays. Yummy!
I've toyed with the idea of adding a large chalkboard to one of the playroom walls BUT I CAN NOT stand the feel of chalk, seriously, it gives me the goosebumps. Am I normal? Don't answer that.
I may be able to sacrifice and paint just the top of the table with chalkboard paint like this lovely project.
Another chalkboard idea AND in my FAVORITE color!
Hmmm...maybe I could get over that chalk phobia.
Which ones your favorite?