Rustic End Tables with a Fresh Coat of Paint

In some cases, the simplest solutions are truly the best. This is why Hometalker Country Chic Paint believes that picking the correct paint and colors can make or break your project. In this case, the gorgeous Elegance blue and smoky bronze Belt Buckle by Country Chic Paint was used to transform these twin rustic end tables, complete with matching leftover wallpaper to line the drawers. Get tutorial here

Simple and Easy Solution for Small End Tables

This Hometalker is a fan of inexpensive DIY solutions that produce some stunning end tables. She's definitely proved this following her makeover of a classic mission-style end table. With a Hobby Lobby porcelain knob that she found on clearance for just $0.82 and some Annie Sloan chalk paint, she made it into one of the best-looking small end tables out there! Get tutorial here

French Grain Sack End Tables with Gray Finish

Hometalker Atta Girl Amy sure knows how to give a French grain-sack makeover to these regular end tables at an affordable price. She turned some typical yard-sale end tables into Queen Anne-style elegance. To do that, she used Annie Sloan chalk paint in Graphite and Maison Blanche Paint Co. Hurricane paint for a fabulous end result! An inexpensive solution for rustic end tables. Get tutorial here

Queen Anne Round End Tables with Art Decor

If you are feeling extra artsy, this project by Hometalker M&M Embellishments is the perfect inspiration. She painted her own designs onto these stunning Queen Anne round end tables. M&M Embellishments explains how she got started on the first table of the pair, transferring her design with carbon paper using Minwax Ebony and Grey Wood Finish stain. Get tutorial here

White End Tables with Removable Glass Tops

More often than not, there are amazing finds waiting for you at the thrift store. When Hometalker Lindsay Eidahl discovered these two end tables with removable glass tops, she knew they were special. She painted them an elegant country white using Fusion’s Champlain and then used some weathered wood paper to line underneath the glass tops for an extra rustic vibe. Get tutorial here

A Cheat for Giving End Tables a Worn-Out Look

Giving end tables that worn-out look can take a lot of hours of sanding, painting and then distressing just correctly. But Hometalker Lisa @ Making Life Blissful has found a quick cheat that would work perfectly for small end tables. She chose yellow to paint the end tables she bought at a thrift store for $4 and then used a brown marker to add a vintage effect at the lines. Get tutorial here

Make the Color Pop on Rustic End Tables

Hometalker MacGIRLver challenged herself to do three furniture makeovers in just 10 days; the first one was transforming an old and boring wooden end table into something brilliant. She lightly sanded the legs and then chose an incredible cherry red vintage color to make the table really stand out. It just goes to show what a difference a bit of bold color can bring! Get tutorial here

Vintage End Table with Milk Glass White Knobs

Hometalker Number Fifty-Three has the perfect combo for an old William Fetner end table. She used Persian Blue by General Finishes to paint it in a nice vintage color that would suit almost any home decor. To go with the hints of grey and light blue, she chose milk glass knobs in a white hue by D. Lawless Hardware. Burlap was her option for lining the drawer to complete the makeover. Get tutorial here

Nautical Style for End Tables with Map Finish

Hometalker PaintedPetals had the best idea for a DIY makeover that would work perfectly for small end tables. To give them a nautical vibe, she painted them with CeCe Caldwell’s Chesapeake Blue. Then she used tissue paper to decorate the outside of each drawer with an old nautical map cutout. She chose Mod Podge to adhere to the tissue as well as CeCe Caldwell’s satin finish. Get tutorial here

How to Give Your End Tables a Proper Sanding

Sanding and scrubbing are part and parcel of every makeover – at least when it comes to wooden end tables. So, it’s a good thing Hometalker GrandmasHouseDIY has a few aces up her sleeve. She used an electric sander for quicker results and then painted a few coats of satin poly acrylic for sealing. For the drawer, she used steel wool after soaking it in vinegar. Get tutorial here

DIY Small Round Tables out of Plant Stands

If you do not have too much space and are in desperate need of a couple of strategically placed small end tables, then Hometalker Chas' Crazy Creations has got you covered. She painted some cute plant stands she bought at a yard sale with a deep blue to turn them into round end tables. She also got a couple of round glass cutting boards to protect the table tops. Get tutorial here

Smart Redo for Retro End Table With Milk Paint

Small end tables might be easier to navigate than bulky furniture, but they can also give you a headache when deciding on a makeover approach. This Hometalker opted for something completely new for hers.She went with Mason Jar Blue milk paint that provided a sturdy coating for the raw wood, then used some wax to seal it in and placed an old knob that was sprayed with antique gold color. Get tutorial here

Using Wood Appliques for Cottage Makeover

When Hometalker Haley at was given a mission-style end table, she knew she had to do something drastic. For $40 she got some Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and some wooden appliques. She placed the appliques on the piece to give it a bit of character and secured them with a couple of finishing nails. Then she used chalk paint and distressed to give a vintage look. Get tutorial here