Easy DIY Entry Way Table

I used a $2 cheap interior hollow core door and a $5 yard sale find to make a one of a kind entryway table, perfect to keep those last minute out the door items handy.
By adding a lower shelf, the options are endless for storage using baskets of any kind.
Sometimes it pays to be a hoarder of junk. The mirror, door and legs all worked in perfect harmony to help me pull this all together.
This is a dry fit to see if everything is going to come together like I planned. The table top is a cabinet door.

The only thing I had to do to get to this point was to trim off the top of the legs as they had an original angle to them.
Using my Kreg Jig and a sander I readied the bottom portion of the legs for a shelf support.
I used my Homeright Finish Max to give everything a couple of coats of chalky paint primer and 2 light final coats of semi-gloss paint.

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Gail--My Repurposed Life
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