Octagon End Table Makeover- Pet Bed in Process
Photo provided by Flickr
This portable pet carrier is easy to make and doesn't cost a lot. The mesh top is removable so the basket can be used for an outing or at home as a pet bed.
pet bed end table - Google Search
Photo provided by Flickr
Samantha shows us how to turn an end table into a pet bed! Make sure you get all your DIY project needs at the Community Hospice Hope Chest Thrift Stores. For more information, please visit: An old end table, turned into a pet bed!
Photo provided by FlickrHow to Turn Old End Table into Wood Pet Bed #diy, #repurpose, #furniture
Photo provided by FlickrTurn End table into gorgeous pet bed!
Photo provided by Flickr
An old flea market dresser turned into a combination bedside table and pet bed. Cut out the bottom two drawers, reline the inset with beadboard, then paint the entire unit a fun color. Add an inviting cushion and it's a perfect hideaway for a small dog or cat.This is a cat bed that looks like a four poster bed, and I'm pretty sure it's just a side table turned upside down. How did they make the mattress though? | 19 Simple DIY Pet Beds | ShelternessOctagon tables were quite in trend few decades ago and can now be bought for few bucks in garage sales. The picture slideshow shows how such a table is converted into beautiful end table with a pet bed.Make a pet bed out of an old side table. Take the door off. Paint it. Make a cushion. Easy. My cats would love this. Anytime I open something, a cabinet, a drawer, a closet, they go in. I have to take a head count before I go to sleep to make sure none of them got locked in a closet or cupboard!Re-purposed antique octagon end table turned into an adorable bed for your small to medium pet. Painted in a vibrant turquoise, distressed and sealed with an antique polyurethane finish. The interior is wrapped with a gorgeous brown and turquoise damask fabric, reinforced with rustic upholstery tacks, complete with custom hand-stitched bed and matching pillows. (Yorkie not included) :)I turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #petThis handy and very functional dog crate is a combination of solid wooden construction, beautiful form, and style. Your pet will have a comfortable place to rest, and the crate can serve as a coffee table or bedside table.End Table + Paint + small cushion = A Fab Pet bed!! We have end tables here at the store for $5.00 that could be used to make small pet beds! Come check it out!