“I do my best shopping while I’m jogging through my neighborhood, apparently,” laughs Holly of McCall Manor. “This beauty was sitting in the gutter.” And guess what? It was a Pottery Barn Kids farmhouse table.
Holly was pretty sure that if the legs on this table were a bit shorter, it would make a perfect coffee table. Her husband chopped a couple inches off the bottom of each leg to get just the right size. “I painted the legs with ASCP french linen and the top with CeCe Caldwell’s Vermont Slate,” Holly explains. She added a Greek key design to the top for some added visual interest. Looks pretty good for starting out in the gutter, doesn’t it?
Go over to McCall Manor to get the full scoop on this kids’ table to coffee table transformation.