Saturday, May 4, 2013

Kid-friendly DIY

Being a DIYer isn’t just about making updates to the house. It’s also about creating furniture – in this case, a kid’s train and activity table.

All it required was about $50 in wood, some stain and the right tools. The train track top was about $15 from a local toy store. The table itself matches the Pottery Barn Kids furniture in my son's room, but the table -- although it looks very similar to one that Pottery Barn Kids sells -- is a small fraction of the cost.

The perfect table for trains, blocks and activities