DIY :: end tables

A while back I saw this DIY post on Design Sponge. At the time I was looking for bedside tables for our bedroom and I wasn't having any luck, so I decided to give these a try. This is a very good project for beginners because we didn't need any special tools. We had most of our pieces cut at Home Depot. When you cut the wood, be absolutely sure that the measurements are perfect, because if they're not, your drawer won't open and close properly. We decided to paint our bedside tables a glossy white and leave the drawer natural. The drawer is sealed so that it's waterproof.

Here is an overall picture of the room. We made two bedside tables, so there is one on the others side of the bed also. But, lately I've been wondering if I should use a larger table on the left side of the bed. It would give us more storage space, and It might look better in the space. 

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