The kitchen table is (arguably) the most important piece of furniture in your house. Think about it, you use it everyday (usually three or four times a day)!!

It is ground central for cereal bowls, milk spills, play dough smushing, diorama building, homework doing, dinner making, and everything in between. Why not make it a beautiful place to work and play? These transformations serve up plenty of inspiration.  

This DIY genius used only $10 to completely transform her cheap, basic dining room table into a rustic chic piece that is drool-worthy.

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An amazing transformation of a laminate table from a dated dud into a cottage chic piece that is truly beautiful.

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Beautiful transformation of a pedestal table and matching chairs.

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This mom took a 20-year-old table and refinished it to it’s former glory. The results are absolutely stunning.

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Roadside find transformed into a beautiful kitchen and chairs from Art is Beauty.

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See how one mom took a drab kitchen table and transformed it into a farmhouse style piece that Joanna Gaines would be proud of.

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A chalkboard paint makeover worth swooning over. It’s is almost too beautiful to eat on.

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This transformation uses a paisley pattern and wood stain to add a beautiful and creative statement to her kitchen table.

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I love how this transformation uses rattan chairs, and gives them a fresh coat of paint for a completely new look.

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If you really want to go all out, here’s a fabulous tutorial on building your very own farmhouse table from scratch.

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If you are fully inspired make sure you read The 4 Biggest Mistakes People Make When Painting Their Kitchen Table before you start painting.  So readers, what was your favorite table makeover?

Check out these beautiful table makeovers! DIY paint your own table by learning from others.
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