The premise of Pinterest is that you can Pin and save anything you like from anywhere on the Internet to your boards. It’s down to your interests to build your own inspirations so there is potentially everything and anything you could ever be interested in right there, ready to be Pinned. Amazing right!? As you have probably guessed by now I’m a big fan of the site and I really enjoy using it to find inspiration but recently I’ve also been going back to old school magazines more and more to be inspired. I’ve found that delving back into old magazines have been giving me a fresh take on modern trends. It’s given me something new to bring to the table and my projects are benefitting from taking inspiration from ideas that might not be the most relevant or popular at the time. See, this is the one problem I have with Pinterest. It’s recommended Pins (the ones it thinks you will like) are just too good! I’ve found that I’m receiving many of the Pins my favourite bloggers are and it’s influencing our work in the same way. Taking a different approach to keep my mind and ideas fresh is important so I’m focussing on expanding my collection of books and magazines to mix things up a little.
Let’s move on to something a bit more glamorous. Here’s what you need for this project: upholstery nails, stain-proof fabric, spray adhesive, a soft mallet and, of course, the table. Cut out the fabric so it covers the top of the top. To do this, flip the table and trace the outline. Add the nailhead trim and then completely cover the back of the fabric with adhesive. Align the fabric with the corners and remove any air bubbles. And if you want something even more fancy, take a look at this chic table with a top that lights up. For this project you need a Lack table, a sheet of custom cut frosted glass, LED Christmas lights, double-sided foam tape, electrical cable and some plugs and switches. Cut the table with a paper knife and insert the cable, lights and everything else. Then connect the wires, test the whole thing and tape down the wires. Then put foam tape over the glass and attach it to the table.
But enough with the coffee tables. Let’s also take a look at some projects involving the Lack side table. A very interesting idea is to cover the top of the table with pennies. For the project you need wood moulding, black paint, a picture frame mount, reinforced glass and around 621 pennies. It’s not a fast project but if you have time and patience, go for it. On the other hand, if you want something really simple and easy to make, try this project. You need a pair of Lack side tables and 16 brass corners. You can also do this for just one table. The whole idea is to tap the brass elements into the outside corners of the tables.
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