702 Archives: DIY Window Coffee Table

In May 2015, I revealed our new and improved two-story back porch in my first One Room Challenge. As part of that, I converted an old window from the church I grew up in into an outdoor coffee table. Here’s another look at how I did it!

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This window isn’t just any old window. It’s one from the church where I grew up, and where Charles and I were married. So to be able to use it as an integral part of our porch was extra special.

As for the DIY, this one was about as easy as it gets. Let’s get started!

1. Paint the table legs. I picked up 4 legs for less than $20 at Lowe’s. Two coats of spray paint and I called it good.

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2. Scrape any loose paint off the window. To maintain the rustic I didn’t want to scrape off too much. Just enough to get the loose pieces off.

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3. Screw in corner brackets, two per leg.

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Voila!! Wasn’t that easy?

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What projects are you working on lately?

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