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Rustic Window Table from Marty's Musings
 
We are loving our new rustic window table made by my DIY hubby, and I wanted to share how it looks in our living room.
 
A wooden box
 
I used a William Mangum North Carolina book for the interior of the table. (He’s a famous NC artist.)
 
A wooden sign on a window
 
(We have since taken the rug out of the room, and I love the table even more without any distraction.)
 
I wanted the table to be the focal piece so I went with simplicity for the top of the table.
 
 
I was given the suggestion to change the inside of the table seasonally, but I haven’t changed the inside except to swap out for Christmas books during the holidays.
 
A cat sitting in a living room
 
 You can see the pallet shelves on the wall in the background. I think they look happy together!
 
A room filled with furniture and a box on a table
 
Want to see more details? Simply click on each picture below to be taken directly to the post.
 
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  1. This is gorgeous! What a lovely job your husband did. Now I’m curious–are you from North Carolina? We live in Durham. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thank you so much for sharing it at Grace at Home. It’s nice to have you join the party.

  2. This is so cool!! It’s gorgeous!! Hubby has some skills ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks so much for sharing at my Throwback Thursday party ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Loving your window table and how creative it was. I like you can change the inside as often as you like – seasonally! You hubs should get a hug! Using the old window gives it a vintage look! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sundayโ€™s Best โ€“ you helped make the party a success!

  4. We love your window table!! It’s beautiful. Thanks for linking up to our Strut Your Stuff Saturday! We loved having you and hope you will come back soon! -The Sisters

  5. What a beautiful table! You have a talented husband! I love projects using out windows! I just found your blog and am your newest follower! If you ever have time come checkout mine!

    -Peggy

  6. Found you via Sugar Bee Crafts and I am loving this table!! It is beautiful and functional! I think I might need to get my husband to make one! Thanks for sharing!

    Dawnelle
    justdawnelle.blogspot.com

  7. I am OBSESSED with this! I WISH I had to talent to put this together. Its so awesome and vintage and unique! Thank you for sharing. If Hubby ever gets handy enough with a saw we might have to try something like this out ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Kylie
    absolutelyarkansas.blogspot.com

  8. Awesome! I love using old windows in my home for decorations and wall hangings etc.. this is too good.
    Found you on Inspire Me Monday
    Diane
    Atagirls.blogspot.com
    treasuringgrace.blogspot.com

  9. I found your blog through Sew Chatty’s Link-up. And I love this re-make, I’m all for create re-purposing and this is simple stunning and practical.

  10. It’s party time over at Debt Free Mommy Blog and you’re invited! Please come by and link up any post(s) related to making your home a better space. I hope you’ll join us for Making Space Mondays. Hope to see you there! -Tabitha