Coffee table

Published on July 29th, 2013 | by IH guest


Butcher block coffee table and end table

Materials: Numerar oak kitchen countertop

Description: We remodeled out kitchen with IKEA. There was left over butcher block counter top so we turned the leftovers into a matching coffee table and end table.

The end table is the piece that was cut out from the sink.

The coffee table is the left over from the counter top.

All we did was round the edges a bit and add hair pin legs that we found on line.

These pieces give us a good amount of surface area while still being very stream line. I love that I can see my nice rug under the coffee table while still having loads of room on the table itself. Also, I like using the wood in kitchen and the living room to make a more cohesive feel to my home.


~ Amy, Aurora, Colorado

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2 Responses to Butcher block coffee table and end table

  1. Selen says:

    Love it! What are the measurements of the butcher block ? Did you have to cut it or is it a standard size of butcher block?

  2. Chris says:

    What table base did you use?

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