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    • Thanks Courtney!! The original plan was to get hairpin legs for them, but then I saw a mounted table on one of the shows on HGTV and the lightbulb went off.

  1. Susanne, that’s a definite win!! Your tables are awesome and I love how they can be put up out of the way or brought down to use!! Great job as always!!

    • Thanks Melony!!

  2. This is such a cool idea and you did an amazing tutorial. I like the ammo boxes unfinished too. Who would have ever thought you could dress up something like that and make it look pretty? You sure did. We have explosives boxes here at our house that I’m always trying to do something with…..

    Thank you for joining Thoughts of Home on Thursday. You make our day by participating. 🙂

  3. In a million years I would never have thought of using an ammo crate for a side table. I love it.

    • Thanks Pam!!

  4. This is such a great project. I am redoing a small guestroom and have been painfully trying to find a small sidetable that I could attach to the wall. Love this idea.

    • They have them in all sizes on eBay 😉

  5. totally cool and love the look of these tables! thanks for the tute!

    • Thanks Millie!!

  6. Great idea for a small space! Super unique too. While I love them, I really love the before pics! I am the one who keeps everything as it is. I have yet to paint a piece. So I applaud those brave enough and you truly gave them new life!

    • Thanks Debbie!! I thought about painting them, but the hubby would have had a stroke lol! so I just stained the lighter one so that it match better 😉

  7. Wow Susanne, I really love the rustic look of these ammo crates. They are big and very sturdy looking. The color just adds to the beauty of the crates. And your idea was brilliant. Why waste space on the floor when you can do that? I too have a thing about power tools, I’ve got to get the hubs to show me how to use them so I can get some work done around here. lol

    • Thanks Mary! Aren’t they just the coolest things ever?!! And yes, they should show us how to use them, if not I am going to get on youtube, lol!

  8. Such a great idea!! So unique and great for storage as well! Ohhh and I LOVE your garden as well! You are one clever creative lady! Thank you so much for sharing over at Waste Not Wednesday and look forward to seeing what you have been up to this week ! 🙂

    • Thanks Sam!!! The brick wall was definitely the harder of the two 😉

  9. I love this project, so unique and they work perfectly. Thanks for linking them to Waste Not Wednesday link party!

      • Yay!! How exciting 🙂 Thank you!!!

  10. OMG…this is such a clever idea and they look awesome. I think I might have an ammo crate buried in our garage and I just might have to dig it out now. Thanks for the inspiration and linking up with Waste Not Wednesday.

    • Thanks Denise!! Let me know how it turns out!! 🙂

  11. Awesome project! pinned to share.

    • Thank you Laurie!!! It was a fun project 🙂

  12. I love this project such a great idea to have handy right next to the bed. Brilliant and a great idea for the future tiny home!

    • Thank you Carole!! They would be great in a tiny home, they even still have the latches on them and can be closed up out of the way 🙂

  13. What an excellent idea. I like how you took a unique piece and made it into a table that is practical and stylish.

    • Thanks Debra!! It was fun project..not real sure if my hubby thought so 😉

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