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How to Repurpose a Glass Door Into a Colorful Table

I'm in the process of creating a Mad Hatter inspired area in my back yard so my kids and I can hang outside and have tea parties and tell stories. We need a table, so I set out to make one.
I had planned to use a solid wood door, but when I found this gorgeous framed glass door at my local Habitat for Humanity store, my plan changed.
I used DecoArt glass stain to paint the glass. Legs from a roadside rescue table were added. Finally, spray paint to finish the project. Step by step instructions are on my blog.
The table is even more whimsical than I had imagined it would be! Next step: benches and chairs!

To see more: http://www.morenascorner.com/2013/08/dont-trash-it-how-to-repurpose-table.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Lynda
    Lynda Gaffney, SC

    Such a neat thing to do with the door. I've been painting on windows and thought about a table from that.

  • Lynda
    Lynda Gaffney, SC

    Here's a lady bug chair I did.

    • Lynda
      Lynda Gaffney, SC

      @SiaNo, I didn't but I"ll send a few more pictures so you can get an idea of some of the others. They have really been fun to do. @South 47th

  • Barbara Sullivan
    Barbara Sullivan Roanoke, VA

    @Lynda,this so cute did great job on it...Thank's for showing it....

  • Valerie
    Valerie South Africa

    I absolutely love the way this turned out! Well done, and thanks for sharing.

  • Elizabeth.Dickinson

    nice!!! but a sheet of glass probably needs to cover it so it doesn't get broken and yes i think it's worth the cost - love that table

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