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  1. Wow! I’m really impressed. Not that you don’t impress me normally with your craftiness, but this is really, superbly cool!!!! I absolutely love it.

  2. Love the aqua paint colour against the rustic wood!

  3. interiorsbykenz says:

    i love it i love it i love it! I am going to kidnap it if I ever get the chance ;)

  4. Looks great! I love these old spools. When I was little, we would use them as picnic tables. I’m still looking for one to re-vamp! Very jealous of yours! I love the blue you used on the column.

    Jenna @ http://rainonatinroof.com

  5. I’ve always wanted one of these to restyle! Good work! We found you via Funky Polka Dot Giraffe – TOO Cute Tuesday: Link Par-Tay

  6. I just had a flash back. To my high school/college decor. Love the updated colors and finished top. Super cute chic! http://www.sewsweetvintage.com/2013/01/his-and-her-pillows.html

  7. That is absolutely gorgeous! I love the way you revamped it.

  8. Love it! Absolutely so gorgeous! Thanks for sharing it at my Twirl & Take a Bow party! Have a great week.
    Leslie

  9. What a beautiful find! I’d get giddy every time I saw it too. What wonderful in-laws you have!

  10. What a great DIY! I have a very similar project pinned and can’t wait to get started on it. Great job!

  11. This looks awesome! Fabulous find. I want one for my home :)

  12. What a fun idea! They just did a bunch of electrical work in our apartment, and there were five empty spools by the time they were done, so I grabbed one! I have some half-formed ideas about turning it into a bookcase. Possibly. But I love your table, and the painted center part is great!

  13. Thank you so much for Linking Up last week. We love your electrical spool table, you are so creative! It’s always a pleasure, enjoy the rest of your week.

  14. I just saw your chair at twlevOeight but I had to check out this table. This is SO cool. I love, LOVE the coloring on this!

  15. love this, just pinned!

  16. Love this! Question for you — when you polyurethaned it did you go ahead and put that on top of the steel bolts as well? I am just getting ready to do this and am not sure how I should the the bolts.

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