Check out this tutorial on how to convert an old door, into a table. 

I have had this old door, for a while. I have to confess that it was made a couple of moves with us as well. I just couldn’t let it go.  Although I have used it as decor for a couple of  parties -the door has sadly sat in my garage waiting for a time like today. That’s right its time has finally arrived. This old rustic door is becoming a table…

I wish the vintage hardware was still on it, I think it would add so much character to it, but I will take the door and all its glory. I love the area, were the hardware was once placed. It has a couple of pencil marks and layers of paint. It has dents and dings all over…and that is exactly why I love it. I has a story. Everywhere you look there is something different…and that is what make it beautiful.

HERE IS WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

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  • Old Door.

You can google where you can buy old doors locally. I think this is also a great way of Upcycling !

I have linked up table legs above, but I will include more table legs that I love, including the ones I ordered for my Dinning Room Table Mini Makeover, at the bottom of this post. You can scroll down to the shop this post, for more info.

  • Hardware 

    make sure that you buy the correct size screws. You want to make sure the length and width are the correct size for your specific project. Or just purchase legs that come with hardware included.  Make sure you buy screws with a tip -because you are drilling into the wood door, with no pre-drilled holes.

  • Sharpie or a Pencil

You will need a Sharpie or a pencil to mark the spots where your screws go and /or to mark the placement of the table.

A battery operated drill or an electric drill will help you greatly with this project – because it helps will the manual labor of screwing in the screws!

Step 1:

Once you have all of your supplies. Here is what to do next. Start by aligning the table legs and make sure that they are in the center of the table. After you have established where they go, mark the spot where they will go, using a Sharpie or a pencil.

Step 2:

Now it’s time to start drilling in your screws – that will hold the table in place.

Step 3:

For stability our table included criss-crossed beams that we screwed into the door.

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I am including affiliate links – which means I make a small commission  from your purchase at no additional cost to you. This helps support this blog. Below I am including different table leg options that I love!

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