If you like fun, customized tabletops, DIY is the way to go.  Why settle for the same plain, boring table everybody has in their dining room when you can make it the centerpiece of your home?

Learn to make your own butcher block surface to use as a coffee table, end table, bench or dining table at By Brittany Goldwyn. 

A live edge tabletop is stunning – in artistry… and price tag!  So Hunted Interiors figured out a way to create their own!   You’d never know that this table is actually a DIY and the edges were created with a belt sander!

A stunning scrap wood table, by Instructables user Wholman for starters!  This DIY is a bit time intensive, as the process for laminating wood can take many hours depending on the dimensions of your project.

Create a unique wooden inset in a herringbone design to easily make over any table.   The best part is that you can use paint stir sticks, so it’s little to no cost at all!  // Thistlewood Farms

 Just because a table is missing its top is no reason to pass it by! This coffee table was missing its glass top, so Mindi replaced it with rustic painted pallet wood slats for a whole new look.

This glass-top patio table was broken and left along the side of the road, but Nicole was undeterred and built and tiled a new tabletop.

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