The legs cost $14. We picked up the table top, but when we got to As-Is, there was the exact same one for $3. Score! We cut the some of the depth off the back end of the table so it didn’t stick out so far, screwed on the legs and Doggy Dog had his very own dining table. For $16.
Now, if you wanted to try this yourself, and you, like us, have a dog that dribbles and splashes more water than he actually drinks, I recommend sealing the table first. Otherwise, you’ll end up with this:
Which you then have to prime.
And seal. And finally, put it back in it’s spot 24 hours later.
It was a quick, cheap and easy project, a vast improvement over the rug on the floor. And the boy tells me he likes it much better too.