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When i first started this blog, i dedicated to all the renters in Kuwait who are facing space problems in their homes. i know that pain as i go through it as well. So here is a good replacement to something that has been a must in every home and yet taking the most space.
A wall mounted table.
The best thing about DIYing is you can customize the hell out of it literally :D
no this table cab replace your dinning table if you build it in a larger size, so much space saved aswell as bar-look is obtained. in my case i replaced study table with this.
Remember my last blog where i turned a nightstand into a chair....
If missed, you can check the complete tutorial HERE
I didnt give this chair a back and i told you that the reason will be explained in my next blog, so the reason is behind this chair is the wall mounted table, and whenever I've to use it i just drag the chair out open the table and use it.
I saw this table in Ikea and it costed 12 kd, i made mine for less than half, 3kd ONLY!!!
Here is a list of material:
4 pieces of 12mm thick plywood, cut according to your requirement
B. 4x50 ( yes its 4, a really thin strip)
D. and lastly a right angle triangle piece measuring 30x20
and some paint.
Screw the small hinge on the piece A and D
Ignore the nail... use screws.
Attach the piece A directly to the wall with the help of drill and screws and their friend fisher :p
If you're a beginner ask for some manpower from your family :)
Screw the longer hinge on the edges of piece C and B.
Apply some wood glue and nail the piece B on top of the piece A
this is what it looks like (without paint ofcoarse)
Raise the table top
open the heroic support.
BOOM! there you go, a nice place to work on or have a meal :)
This whole chair and table project was for my hubby :)
LOVE HIM TO BITS :)
A good picture again.
the piece B's width was kept this size because its connected to the wall hanged piece A, the piece C is also connected to it, lastly, its wide enough to have the folded support under it.
Do this in your homes and save loads of space, and yes send me a picture too, i love to see creativity flowing in from everywhere :)