Simple console table, Homedit contributing

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You know how, at the end of the kid’s school year everyone is dreaming of summer? I am pretty sure I wrote about it here, and even proclaimed I would be singing like Olaf from Frozen “In suuuummmmeeerrrrr”. it is wonderful, I am enjoying it. But, BUT…. the kids being home 24/7 is kicking my booty. I had a good system of Nora in school all day, the boy’s in preschool for 3 hours, and sometimes even a nap happened in the afternoon with them. I had plenty of time for writing, projects, cleaning the house, going potty without someone either trying to break down the door or pass notes under it. It was hectic, yes with running the kids all over. Summer has it’s own challenge for me. With me being a stay at home Mom I can sleep in, I can… that does not mean I get to. My kid’s wake up anywhere between 7 am to 8:45. We are not doing any organized sports this summer because of some various fun and long vacations we have planned. So the day’s are pretty wide open. Meaning my kids are with me ALL THE TIME.

This has tapped into my creativity time. My getting projects done time. The laundry room has had a few new additions, I have a to-do list for the home that is 4 pages long. Literally 4 pages of projects for my house. To say I have a lot I want to do, and hopefully share here is a big understatement. I have plenty to entertain you all and fill Pinterest for a long time. I just need the whole time issue to get it done. I am explaining all of this, because; one, my kids are actually playing and leaving me alone. Two, Dale is working from home today so I do get a little more me time. I am milking this me time for all it is worth. Lastly, I am sharing all of this because I had planned to have a big laundry room and organization reveal today. I did not quite make it to my timeline of things being done. I do still have some beautiful inspiration for you all.

I created this simple console table, which is being shared over at Homedit. You can find the tutorial here. This is a much smaller scaled console table then what I have shared before. This is now sitting in my basement. We have a big time game room down there with a pool table, air hockey table, and seating area. I have not shared it yet, because it currently has a bunch of baseboards sitting in it being sanded and painted. Also a spray painting station is set up in one corner. I guess we do not utilize this space. I also sold just about every decor piece down there in our rummage sale. I am planning on revamping it, hence the need for this simple console table. I will get to the point where I can reveal the space. Eventually. I am trying to enjoy summer, my kid’s, life, the longer days, the sun and warmth, and still juggle writing, and projects. I think things will move slower around here for the next few weeks. My go-go attitude will have to take a chill pill.
Head on over to Homedit to see the ridiculously simple way I made this. There was no cutting of wood, all I did was spray paint some pipes and screw them in. As my kids say, easy-peasy. I am off to console a crying child, take a dog to the veterinarian, do a ton of laundry, make some oatmeal cookies, get a hair cut, and oh yeah, have the predetermined, winter dreamed up lazy summer day. How is your summer going so far?
To see the full tutorial and lot’s of pictures head on over to HomeditĀ http://www.homedit.com/galvanized-pipes-console-table/

31 Comment

  1. This is awesome, it's discreet but totally a statement!

    1. Thank you!

  2. Katie says: Reply

    This I can do! No cutting or other detailed things I do not know how to do. By the way, I am loving the things you put on the table.

    1. It was such a simple project to do!

  3. This is great! I absolutely adore your home and your console table…now I know how to make one. Thanks for sharing your tutorial!

    1. Thank you so much! It was such a quick and easy project, good luck!

  4. Love the clean lines on that – perfect console table for that space!

    1. thank you!

  5. Love the look of this table! Love the mix of metal and wood and how clean it looks!

    1. Thank you! I am loving the mix of industrial with the pipes and rustic. I have to limit myself because I feel like I would do this all over my home otherwise.

  6. Oh, I love it. And I have the 4 page to do list too!

    1. The to-do list never ends!

  7. So cute! I dig the industrial look. And I am always adding to my home to-do list, LOL. I don't think it will ever be finished. šŸ™‚

    1. I don't think it will ever be finished either.

  8. Love it! Easy & looks great – the way I like it!

    1. Thank you!

  9. My todo list is so big too!! I am adding this table to the list bc I love it!

    1. This table is so simple to make, it will be quick afternoon project for you!

  10. I'm loving the industrial look! The wood mixed with the galvanized pipes is perfection. Great job!

    1. Thank you so much!

  11. Love beautiful projects that are EASY! Nice job! Thanks for the tutorial.

    1. Thank you Jen!

  12. I love the way this table looks!

    1. Thank you!

  13. Now that looks like a project I could complete. I'm not great at all the measuring and angles when creating a table but one piece of wood and pipes, I can handle that. We used to have a huge table made from a solid wood door and it had screw in metal legs like your little table. It was used as an extra table for parties. When we were done with it we just took the legs off and stored the whole thing in the basement.

    1. That is such a great idea! Use these easy to assemble tables as extra for parties. Now I have a new project idea! Thank you!

  14. This is a perfect simple piece that cold really be used just about anywhere in your homeā€¦ I love when you end up with pieces that are versatile so if you decide to mix up a room, you're not stuck selling furniture, but can repurpose it else where!

    1. It has already been moved around a lot, and the simplicity of it makes it that way.

  15. This is a great yet simple piece for the home. I love your repurposing work – you're great with furniture.

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet words! I really enjoy creating furniture!

  16. This is the most adorable table! I just love how simple it is! And it adds so much for being something so small.

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