Friday, March 16, 2012

Sheet Music Table

Today I'm sharing a quick and easy fix for a table that's missing it's glass inserts.  Sheet music.  It fixes everything, doesn't it?

I got this cute chippy, rusty table at the auction, but it was missing the glass shelves. 

I cut plywood to fit and then used Mod Podge to adhere the sheet music.

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  1. Love it so much...what a creative eye you have...the old sheet music is so hot that...

  2. What a good idea. Love the look of old sheet music.

  3. Love it! Thanks for sharing this great piece!

  4. I love doing things with old sheet music. I have some from World War I that we found in my grandfather's barn. I framed them, and they now hang in my husband's office. Our family has a military history, and so the songs mean something to us.

  5. A very cool find and thrifty, creative solution! A great, custom piece.

  6. What a sweet little table! I love the chippy painted frame paired with the vintage sheet music!


  7. So cute! Great idea for the shelves. You could even top the sheet music with a piece of glass to protect it. Loving the window behind the table.
    Mary Alice

  8. Love what you have done to your table...What a transformation...Your newest follower...I invite you to visit my world too!!! Blessings LOri

  9. Yes, sheet music is not only warm and enjoyable to look at, it fixes many sins. I love love love your large pitcher. I collect that design so now you know how much I love it.

  10. Sheet music is fantastic, isn't it? It's a definite decor-staple in my home anyhow! I really like those white jugs too, they are lovely. I'm your newest follower and I would love if you came to visit my blog too.
    Cas x

  11. Very cool! I've seen a few tables with glass or tops missing and didn't think to fit my own plywood. Great idea! I also did a sheet music coffee table, and just posted last week. Amazing to come across yours just now. Looks great. Pop on over to see mine if you like. Sharon.

  12. Great idea, and saves lots of cash at the glass cutters! It looks awesome! Thanks so much for sharing this smart, chic idea with us at WIW.

  13. Love your table. I am going to have to learn how to use Mod Podge. I did see it at Michaels but there were so many different kinds to choose from it totally overwhelmed me so I didn't get any. Great idea!

  14. cute, and love how you have your window with latch done too

    barbara jean