Sunday, July 7, 2013

It's In The Details: Rustic Industrial Tables

Oh, y'all. I'm climbing the walls with an overwhelming urge -- no, a need -- to make one of these for my house. They're rustic! They're trendy! They're industrial! I'm crushing on these hard.

I see a lot of DIY farmhouse tables with planked tabletops that are stained or treated to look like reclaimed wood, which I love... but today I stumbled across one with $10 metal legs (ten dollars each, y'all!) and I quickly fell down the rabbit hole. Come join me!




Custom Bar Table via Urban Wood Goods


DIY Table with Hairpin Legs via A Beautiful Mess

DIY Pipe Table (with plans!) via Cafe Cartolina

Oy, that last one with the crossbars. I die.

Even Restoration Hardware is getting in on the trend (they must have heard me talking about it) with their gorgeous Flatiron Table, which is just a teensy bit out of my price range...

What do you think? Am I nuts or is this a delightful marriage of rustic and industrial? Who wants to help me convince my husband that we need one?

5 comments:

  1. Oh my! If Le Husband denies your household's need for one, I'll be happy to order one so you can get your DIY kicks. ;)

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  2. We built one, reclaimed thick wood and the ten dollar legs. However the ten dollar legs don't physically attach to the table (and they take up a lot of leg real estate) so I'm switching them out for hairpins from etsy shortly. You can see our process here if you're interested: http://designingaround.com/2013/01/29/building-the-dining-table/

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  3. I'm eyeing a similar one at world market

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  5. Um. Yes. I'm sold. These are gorgeous.

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