Updated Faux Sofa Table

September 23, 2013 — 3 Comments

Remember my faux sofa table? I made it a few months after I moved in (more about it here).

Here is a refresher of what it looked like behind the scenes:

It worked great for over a year, but then BOB happened:

He was all like, “Hey, thanks for putting this special shelf here just for me!” Not cool, Bob. Since the home tour was coming up I had grand plans of making an actual table out of wood for back there, but like a lot of things, it didn’t get done. But, I couldn’t just leave it like this for the tour so I decided to get creative again.

Though I have more tubs like the bottom ones they were being used elsewhere so I pilfered only the lids and set them on top of the cardboard boxes. Obviously, this is a bandaid to a bigger problem, but you know… it is what it is.

Little known fact about me: I don’t use a top sheet. I find them unnecessary so I have like 10 top sheets that I never use so I grabbed two white twin top sheets and folded them over the tubs.

Voila! Not a long term solution but it worked great for the home tour (and beyond, it is still holding up nicely). One day I would like to build a simple table for back there but one day at a time.

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3 responses to Updated Faux Sofa Table

  1. It must be a family thing 🙂 I don’t use top sheets either; and find them completely unnecessary for the bed but very useful for tons of other things!

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