A dog bed made from a garage sale end table

Table Dog Bed......Made from an old outdated end table. Remove the doors from the front of the table. Use a jigsaw to cut two "windows" out on each side of the table and re-mount the doors as decorative window shutters. Freshly paint & you have it!

Another great idea. The creative minds are so wonderful to see. Dog bed made from an end table

This is a dog bed made from an octagon end table with cabinet doors. Remove the cabinet doors, fill holes in with wood putty, and paint. You can find these types of end tables at an estate sale any given weekend. Super cute and can still be used as an end table!

Dog bed made from end table / furniture

A dog bed made from a garage sale end table My husband and i made this adorable "Princess" dog bed out of an end table. I handmade the pillow from fabric i bought at walmart. The knobs on top of the posts, i bought at Home Depot for around $3-$4 each. The tulle is attached to the posts using elastic, wrapped around each screw that is attached under the knobs. Fun, time consuming amd simply adorable!

Four post dog bed made from an end table!!

dog bed made from upside down coffee table/end table. very cute if you have the space. Could make a reading nook for kids. Just put a sheet over the legs and it's their kid cave.

Dog bed made from round end table


I turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #petI turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #petI turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #petI turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #pet