Hi guys, happy Friday! I’m thrilled to share my latest DIY project with you – this farmhouse-style kids’ craft table! Isn’t it adorable? The farmhouse trend is still going strong and I thought making a kid-sized version would be the cutest. I mean, kid furniture doesn’t have to look like kid furniture, right? In fact, I think it’s even more adorable when it’s just a miniature version of the real deal. I mean really. Will you look at this adorableness? I can’t even.
I teamed up with my friends at BuildSomething.com to bring you the free building plans for this table. BuildSomething.com is a new site where folks can browse DIY projects, share their own plans and builds, and join a great community of builders and DIYers. This site is perfect for those who want to share their projects, but don’t have a blog or site of their own.
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Click here to download the plans for this Farmhouse Kids Craft Table.
If you’ve ever wondered how to achieve a weathered, farmhouse finish, I shared my process in this helpful video:
This table is made out of real wood (not plastic!), it’s roomier than your standard play table, and there’s storage for art supplies, as well as a couple of secret cubbies, just for fun!
And don’t you love those turned legs? I got them from my friends at Osborne Wood. They’re called the Farm End Table leg and I chose the knotty pine species. And guess what! The friendly folks at Osborne Wood are offering one lucky winner a set of these farm end table legs! Enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. If the widget doesn’t immediately show up, simply refresh the page and you should see it.
*Update: this giveaway is now closed and a winner has been chosen and contacted.
I designed the table to include extra storage for art supplies, books, or small toys. And how fun is this: a secret cubby hidden underneath each end for kids to stash small toys, books, or snacks.
My kids could hardly wait to start using their table. I did manage to squeeze in a few photos before the table was overtaken with crayons, crumbs, and coloring books. I love that they love their new work space and it’s perfect timing for the fast-approaching holidays – they’re more than happy to be relegated to the kids’ table for Thanksgiving dinner.
Be sure to stop over at BuildSomething.com to snag the free building plans so you can build your own just in time for Turkey day! Happy building, friends – hope your weekend is full of sawdust!
The kids’ chairs are from Land of Nod and the rug is from Urban Outfitters. I don’t think this exact one is still available; I bought it on clearance, but here are some similar rugs (click on the images and you’ll be taken directly to the product shown):
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