Numbered Table

Numbered Table

Created by KariAnne Wood

Give an old tabletop new life in a fun and modern way with this easy DIY project. Combining a variety of metal house numbers puts this table back in the spotlight of your favorite space!

Skill Level: 1 of 5

Materials Needed:

•   Wooden coffee table

•   Variety of sizes and shapes of metal house numbers

•   Painter's tape

•   White paint

•   Silver paint

•   Hot pink paint

•   Acrylic sheet cut to fit dimensions of table

•   (4) 1-1/2" nuts

•   Elmer’s ProBond Advanced Glue


TIP: Refer to the photo as a guide.

Step 1: Lightly sand the table and paint white. Let dry.

Step 2: Tape off legs with painter's tape and paint 2 cm (5") of each table leg with silver paint. Add an additional strip of tape and paint a small 2.5 cm (1") stripe with hot pink paint. Remove tape and let paint dry.

Step 3: Place metal house numbers on table top in a random pattern. Place numbers in different directions with spacing in between each number.

Step 4: Glue numbers in place with Elmer’s ProBond Advanced. Let dry.

Step 5: Using ProBond Advanced, glue the nuts to the table on each corner. Let dry.

Step 6: Glue acrylic table top to the top of the metal nuts. Let dry.

Step 7: Accessorize and enjoy!