Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Spring Green Sofa Table

Here is one of my first projects with all of my fabulous wood, a slim sofa or entry table painted in a bright, springy green.

I used 4 pieces of barn wood-- see you can still see the barn red under the top.
Pallet wood was best for the X on the back because it is a little more flexible.  The X not only adds a design element, but really helps to make the piece sturdy.
The top I painted in white, it looks rough, but is smooth like butter to the touch.

This was a quick build and is a great size to work in many different spaces.


  1. Looks great! I'm a little shy about using green (don't know why! lol). But you have inspired me to give it more thought because I love this color. :)

  2. The slim table looks great Becky! Are you still selling at the Farmer's Market?

    You'll have to check my comment if you email me... I'm a no-reply comment blogger. :( I fixed it, but it happened again.


  3. It came out great, love the green and rustic look.

    Desiree @ YourCraftyFriend

  4. I love it and the green is something
    you don't see too often
    Great job
    Happy Spring

  5. Love the rustic feel and so pretty in green!

  6. Green is my all time favorite color. I love green furniture, green grass, green rolling hills and I especially love wearing green. One of my favorite sweaters is chartreuse green. Sage green is probably my most favorite though. Your table is adorable. Go green!

  7. I have old fence boards thats just screaming to be made into something like this!!!

  8. I love it! Especially with the X in the back!

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