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Monday, May 4, 2015

Faux Farmhouse Dining Table Drawer


This is a little project I did back around Easter time. 

I had a cheap coat hook hanger that I had bought and put away, knowing I'd find a use for it one day.  I decided to use the wooden back as my drawer front, so I removed the hooks. I also had an old grey wooden drawer knob which would be perfect to make my faux drawer knob.



So I puttied the screw holes and painted it white and distressed the edges. Then I used Hard as Nails wood glue to attach on the drawer knob. 

I measured out the centre of my table and glued my faux drawer on. Then clamped it on to keep it secure until the glue dried.


It was that easy.


It adds a bit of interest to the table and makes it a bit more farmhouse.


:) Julie


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    1. Thanks Darielle. Cost nothing to make too. :) Julie

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    1. Thanks Kris. I hope you have a lovely weekend! :) Julie

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  3. I think it looks great on the table. It gives it more character.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment Cheryl. :) Julie

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  5. Julie this is super cute and what a super imagination

    Cindy

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    1. Thanks Cindy. I love that you love it too! :) Julie

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  6. Really cool and simple idea!! Good job!

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  7. Julie, that is so clever and looks so great!
    Thanks so much for sharing at the Something to Talk ABout Link Party!
    Pinning!
    Karen

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    1. Thanks Karen. I love sharing at your party each week. :) Julie

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  8. I love your Easter sign. Did you DIY that or can you share where you purchased, please? Thanks!

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    1. Thanks Rachel. I love that sign too. It is a DIY, made from MDF, then framed with pine. I have mdf inserts that I put in depending on the season. One for Christmas and if you flip it I have the Easter sign. Then I take the insert out and it is a cafe sign for the rest of the year. :) Julie

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  9. LOVE this! Where are your table and chairs from?

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    1. Thanks Nicole! We bought the table and chairs about 5 years ago. It was all varnished timber. Initially we painted it a two tone white lets and seats. I recently did the table top makeover to appear as a plank farmhouse table. :) Julie

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