Repurposed Broken Table Ideas

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Today I'm showing you how much fun it can be to use broken tables to create something new for your home!

Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas

If you've been visiting for a while you know how much I love to create something new from old parts. 

Like the time I used an old clock and a broken pie crust table to create a unique new side table


Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas for the home

Broken pieces of old tables have a lot of fine detail so using them for something new like this gorgeous wall shelf is a great idea.

Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas for wall decor

Using legs from the same table I was able to create a narrow sofa table perfect for a narrow space.

Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas into new furniture

When all you have is half of a table top, why not create a rustic hook sign? The wood was the perfect shape!

Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas into new signs

And last but not least when the base of a broken table just screams to be repurposed this message center chalkboard is perfect.

Repurposed and Broken Table Ideas into new chalkboard message center

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1 comments

  1. Such great ideas,all! Just love that wall shelf! I'm toying with making my own open shelves for our dining room. Ones like that one would be perfect! Thanks for sharing your ideas at Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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