Cut the lumber down to size, drill holes in for the dowels, and brush on polyurethane.
Turn the table upside down, spray paint the legs, and sand down the table.
Glue 3 planks together, round the edges, and rub the paint with a worn t-shirt.
Sand down the wood so the paint will stick to the surface and apply Waterlox to dry clear.
Paint over white for the base, spread blue Unicorn SPiT on the table surface, and dab a damp sponge.
Chop out plugs to hide the screws of the table and use wood clamps to keep table in place for removable legs.
Paint the underside of the table with a light cream glossy paint, and peel masking tape off the edges.
Outline the design desired, and seal with SPAR urethane.
Measure out how much wallpaper is needed and apply wallpaper paste to adhere.
After staining the top, apply polyurethane for shine, and add white chairs to brighten the table.
Apply an off white paint color for the basecoat, choose a brand logo, and let dry.
Cut the pinewood planks to size, put pockets screws to keep together, and use a blowtorch to burn the surface.
Mix and apply a thin layer of concrete to the top and seal to finish. (The Crazy Craft Lady
Put stripping gel over the entire table, sand down, prime, then add chalk paint.
Lay down the stencil flat, put on the paint with a roller brush, and use a smaller stencil brush to isolate colors.