Laura, Avery Street Design
plastic slide in casters
(You could really use any kind but I love the clear, acrylic look of these!)
(1 color of your choice, and 1 gold for the hardware)
large door pull
(found mine here)
I had this table left over from my trip to HighPoint Market back in May.
As you may remember I got to participate in a DIY workshop with the talented Eddie Ross and one of the crafts he shared with us was “how to Cover a Table in Burlap”
It was a really easy and cool way to repurpose an old table and lucky me, I got to take his example home because he couldn’t take it on his flight.
The yellow didn’t really go with my house so I decided to repaint it my favorite shade…navy!
As you can see, I played around with a couple of ideas before landing on navy.
Blue just always wins in my book!
Once it was painted I drilled holes in the center of each leg and followed the instructions on my caster package. They were so simple- just drill, hammer in the plastic socket, and slide in the casters.
To give the table more of a bar cart appearance I also attached a large industrial pull.
I couldn’t put that baby on without first painting it gold though.
A quick coat of gold and 4 screws later…
I am not sure why I haven’t done this with another table before now. It was so easy!
I couldn’t wait to style this and create a fun bar area in my dining room.
The beauty of the casters is that I can easily roll my bar cart out onto the porch or into the living room during a get-together.