Also, this hack would work really well with just painting the bottom glossy white, adding a sheet of mirror, the options are limitless!. And thanks to Pinterest and their wonderful Ikea hacks, my gold nesting dreams came true! Oh and did I mention that this entire DIY came in under 100!? You’re welcome:). The large table of the two comes with a black base that I just wasn’t loving. And lastly, Project Palermo totally transformed the coffee tables into a shorter nesting variety, with dip-dyed feet to boot.
This Ikea hack was just too good to pass up so I had to hop on the everybody’s doing it train!. I decided to get these Vittsjo nesting tables after I saw Kristen from The Hunted Interior give them a makeover. I originally thought I would just use the Vittsjo Nesting tables from Ikea (minus the taller one) and maybe spray paint it gold or with a hammered metallic paint of some sort and make pretty. Materials: VITTSJO Nesting Tables, Miter Saw, Jigsaw, Paint Description: The VITTSJO nesting tables seem perfect in concept, except what s up with the child table being twice as long as its parent table? Not sure what IKEA is going for there. There were five major steps with this hack: cutting the metal frame, piecing back together the frame, cutting the MDF shelf, cutting the glass and painting the legs.
This hack requires an EXPEDIT storage system, CAPITA legs, and a VIKA AMON table top. This hacker used fabric, batting, and spray paint to transform a VITTSJO nesting table into a beautiful ottoman. Marvelous Set of 2 Nesting Tables in Antique Gold Finish is consisted of two square tables, each of different size. I was at Ikea and saw the Vittsjo series (particularly the nesting tables) and fell in love! I knew it had potential, so I did some research online of some great hacks.
Vittsjo Coffee Table Ikea Hack: Everybody’s Doing It!
Vittsj Nesting Table Hack. I was loving gold coffee tables in all the home dcor photos on Pinterest and Instagram BUT I was hating the prices. I finally got to Ikea to buy the coffee table, and while I was there I also bought the nesting table set (stay tuned for that post).