New craft table

Our home was made in 1992 so our layout is a bit old school, meaning we have a dining room, formal sitting room and family/living room. Lately we have been using our dinning room as an office so finally we thought about it and decided to turn our formal sitting room into a craft/shared office room. It is open and connected to the dinning room so we needed to keep it clean and organized. Right now it is a work in progress but my husband asked what kind of craft table I wanted and said something like a kitchen island table. I am super short but wanted something taller so I can stand and cut and use tall stools on the table. Here is what my husband put together at around 100 bucks! All IKEA and Target!


Slowly our house is becoming more of a home. It is amazing! I just wish I had more time in the day to create in my new space. Hope you guys have a great holiday weekend!


  1. Connie Said:

    on April 21, 2014 at 8:58 pm

    Oh my gosh! That’s quite nifty! I wish I was crafty enough to make something into something that I can use haha


  2. Cat Said:

    on April 22, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    Wow, that’s nice that your husband can put together things like this. It means you get exactly what you want! The table looks great! He did an awesome job!


  3. Cassie Said:

    on April 26, 2014 at 1:06 pm

    Awesome! Beautiful! i wish i was that crafty! my boyfriend is a great fix it guy but not so much a builder. im glad you two are enjoying making the house a home! me and my boyfriend have been putting work into our fixer upper for 4 years now and slowly enjoying it. this summer .. a new garage!


  4. Kavy Said:

    on May 2, 2014 at 10:07 am

    Nice craft table! I would love to set myself up a room in our house for crafts and scrapbooking!


  5. Agent Q Said:

    on May 4, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    Nice job! I suppose your husband’s competence in assembling a complex piece of furniture is what IKEA wants. Not sure if you’ve seen this, but there is a comic panel showing an employer telling a potential employee to assemble a chair, should he wish to work for IKEA. 😛 Seriously though, this looks pretty neat!


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