How to DIY a table using pots and plates from Kmart: Hacks for designer furniture


DIY enthusiast shares how to make a designer table using two pots and dinner plates: ‘This is genius’

  • A creative woman has created a stylish plant pot that doubles as a coffee table
  • The DIY expert created the dual-use object using only two pots and two plates
  • Eva glued the materials together to create an hour glass-like structure
  • The table can be turned over and used as a plant pot holder or a side table 

A creative DIY pro has shared her clever idea for creating a stylish plant pot that doubles as a coffee table.

Eva, from the Netherlands, often builds beautiful designer-inspired home decor items using budget products.

She recently made an elegant dual-use plant pot and side table using only two pots and two plates for the base structure.

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A creative woman has shared her clever idea for creating a stylish plant pot that doubles as a coffee table using only two pots and two plates for the base structure

A creative woman has shared her clever idea for creating a stylish plant pot that doubles as a coffee table using only two pots and two plates for the base structure

In order to create the home decor item, Eva first gathered a large pot, a medium-sized pot, and two plates whose bases aligned with the bottom of the pots.

She set the larger pot upside-down and used super glue to attach the bottom of the first plate onto the pot.

Then, Ava glued the other place face-down so that it created a little dome on the top.

Next, she glued the medium-sized pot onto the back of the second plate so that the finished product looked slightly like an hour glass.

Eva gathered a large and medium-sized pot, two plates whose bases aligned with the bottom of the pots

She set the larger pot upside-down and used super glue to attach the bottom of the first plate onto the pot

In order to create the home decor item, Eva first gathered a large pot, a medium-sized pot, and two plates whose bases aligned with the bottom of the pots

Eva then glued the medium-sized pot onto the back of the second plate so that the finished product looked slightly like an hour glass

Eva then glued the medium-sized pot onto the back of the second plate so that the finished product looked slightly like an hour glass

Eva then painted the whole structure grey and merely uses a flat wooden top in order to turn it into a coffee table.

The table can simply be flipped around and used as a plant holder as well.

The table’s unique shape helps with even weight distribution but it is not recommended to place extremely heavy items on top of or inside the table.

Eva painted the whole structure grey and uses a flat wooden top in order to turn it into a coffee table

The table can simply be flipped around and used as a plant holder as well

Eva then painted the whole structure grey and merely uses a flat wooden top in order to turn it into a coffee table – and it can simply be flipped around and used as a plant holder as well

Thousands complimented Eva’s sleek design and clever creation.

‘This is a great idea, it’s so versatile and looks so good!’ wrote one woman.

‘I need this is in my house immediately – if only I could work as well with my hands,’ echoed another.

‘Such an easy and pretty addition to any home … I’m going to get building on the weekend.’

‘Perfect side tables – so elegant,’ said a fourth.

‘I love them so much, absolutely gorgeous and multifaceted!’

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