Stenciled Tray and Side Table Storage

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       On a recent trip to the hardware store
I ran across a large wooden circle and 
turned it into a beauty!

Stenciled Tray and Side Table Storage. Homeroad.net


This large circle from Home Depot was $7 and gave me all kinds of great ideas! 

DIY Stenciled Tray and Side Table Storage. Homeroad.net

It's a super large wooden circle and about an inch thick. 


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The first thing I did was to stain the piece with a dark stain then stencil on one of my favorite Antique stencils from Old Sign Stencils.




Click HERE to visit Old Sign Stencils

DIY Stenciled Tray . Homeroad.net


Above and below this stencil I added a couple of stenciled feathers.

See below for links to my Amazon affiliate craft supply suggestions for this project. 

Repurposed DIY Stenciled Tray . Homeroad.net

I added cabinet handles to either side then gave the piece a good sanding with an electric sander to distress the stencil. 

I coated the piece with a finishing coat of hemp oil to bring out the details and seal the distressed areas. 

Repurposed DIY Stenciled Tray and storage  . Homeroad.net

The giant wooden circle made a beautiful farmhouse tray for the center of my extra large table. 

Add Lazy Susan turntable parts like I did on this Farmhouse Lazy Susan and you've got yourself a spinning tray! 

You can read about the DIY bench that surrounds this farmhouse table HERE.

Repurposed Stenciled Tray and storage  . Homeroad.net

DIY Repurposed Stenciled Tray and storage  . Homeroad.net

When not using this for a tray, it fits beautifully on top of this large wire basket and I can use it as a table with storage!


DIY Repurposed storage basket  . Homeroad.net

It makes the perfect end table or small coffee table and a great place to store throws or extra pillows. 

You can read about my buffalo check mantel garland HERE.

DIY Repurposed storage basket table  . Homeroad.net


You can read about this neutral, farmhouse styled living room HERE.

Repurposed storage basket table  . Homeroad.net




Repurposed storage basket table tutorial  . Homeroad.net

It's a versatile project that cost under $10 to make.

Here are a couple more ideas using this Antique stencil...

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    1. Thanks so much! It was easy and has great storage!

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  2. What a beautiful piece, Susan! Love the feather additions. I can’t decide which use I love more! I’ll take both...

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    1. LOL Thanks so much Donna! I'm loving this piece and hanging onto it as a table right now :)

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  3. This is my favorite of the New Year. So unique.

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    1. Thanks so much Maria! I think it is one of my favorite projects to make too.... I'm using it in my living room right now!

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  4. Susan, great project and so versatile. You should try the stencils and ChalkArt from A Maker’s Studio. They are amazing.

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  5. What a beautiful piece! Love that it's a table and that it can be used to store blankets and things too.

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