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Top 100 Tables Projects

  1. 31. Rust-Oleum Blogger Challenge (00:01:02)

    Five bloggers create custom projects to test Rust-Oleum's NeverWet product.

  2. 32. How to Create a Leather-Topped Table

    Giving an old table new life can be as easy as applying new paint and a leather top.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  3. 33. Mahogany End Table (00:20:00)

    Bruce builds a traditional mahogany end table.

  4. 34. Mayflower Centerpiece (03:12)

    Get directions for making a Mayflower centerpiece from a banana squash.

  5. 35. 1- Router Techniques (06:21)

    David Thiel demonstrates basic techniques for using plunge & table routers.

  6. 36. How to Refinish an Antique Coffee Table

    Learn how to remove paint or varnish from an antique table or coffee table without having to use a traditional paint-and-varnish remove...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  7. 37. Sit On These Cool Cubes (03:12)

    The cube is furniture versatility at its best!

  8. 38. DIY Vanity (00:60)

    Make your own custom vanity from an existing armoire, table or dresser.

  9. 39. 4- Table Saw Tricks (02:42)

    Using a table saw to cut accurate rabbets & grooves with one set-up.

  10. 40. On The Move (20:00)

    Chris Grundy checks out a fold-up table saw and a toolbox for pickups.

  11. 41. Bachelor Backyard (01:57)

    New homeowner Dan gets Ahmed's help in turning his yard into a party place.

  12. 42. Vegas Garage (03:26)

    Brian Corsetti helps the Hayners make their garage the neighborhood Vegas.

  13. 43. Toast the Host (04:02)

    Toast the host with these gift ideas from At Home for the Holidays.

  14. 44. How to Tile a Mosaic Table

    Use tiles left over from other projects and some new trim tile to create a mosaic table out of a glass-top table.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  15. 45. Changing Table (20:00)

    We borrow a concept found in public restrooms, a fold up changing table.

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