Faux Marble Plant Stand

I snagged a wrought iron stand for $2.00 at a yard sale. The seller broke the glass and didn't want to replace it. I brought it home and painted it gold. I then added a piece of wood inside and covered it with marble contact paper
Found this for $.00
Used Krylon Maxx gold spray paint
cut a piece of wood and covered with faux marble contact paper
insert on top
perfect use for the plant stand

Suggested materials:

  • Krylonn Maxx Gold Spray Paint
  • Marble contact paper
  • Wood

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  • Kodi Pepper
    Kodi Pepper
    on May 21, 2017

    how durable is the marble contact paper?
    • Lifestyles Homes
      Lifestyles Homes
      on Mar 15, 2019

      As durable as any contact paper, it’s paper with a thin plastic coating to make it pliable.

  • Debbie Shane
    Debbie Shane
    on Aug 23, 2017

    What a great idea. What is the name of the plant in the picture? Thank you.
    • Beth
      on Apr 18, 2018

      As an aside, beware of that gorgeous pencil cactus, as it is poisonous to pets. I had been thinking of getting one, but decided against it because we have a Shih Tzu who loves to eat plants, and we have four itty, bitty kittens we're currently fostering (they were two weeks old when we got them), and I don't know what their personalities will be once they're a bit older before we can begin to rehome them. I sure did want one, though. :(

  • Karen smith
    Karen smith
    on Jul 20, 2018

    Did you refinish the cupboard in the corner? Sanding and metallic spray paint?

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