There is a myriad ways to make a side table for the living room. So many different shapes, sizes and materials available. I've wanted to make something that would be modern, simple, functional, and durable.
After a series of sketches and renderings, I've settled on a design that is inspired by contrasts found in nature. A design that is beautiful by simplicity.
Distracted in awe of Whistler's beautiful scenery, I suddenly realized that I only had one pole as I was about to get off Crystal Chair. Most of the lift line goes over rugged, wooded terrain, so my chances of finding the ski pole I somehow dropped were slim. Nevertheless, I spent about an hour trying to locate my pole, but eventually just ended up buying new poles.
That's how I ended up with a single pole, with no use to it.
Rather than throwing it out, I decided to upcycle it and make a wind chime.
Larisa needed a coffee table for her apartment and I've decided to take on the challenge and craft one myself. I've seen this awesome idea on Pinterest a few times and thought it was a very clever way to make a coffee table that is not only easy, but looks very modern and clean.
Are you a big wine person and don't know how to find better use for your corks other than trash? Why not make some coasters? They are easy to make, and make an excellent addition to your dinner set or a great gift.