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6 ways to transform your tray table

Do you have a tray table at home? See what you can do with it!

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Who does not have a tray table? We use to eat our meal while watching our favorite TV show in the living room when we're alone at home! Almost every houses have at least one tray table!

And when you see how easy it is to transform a tray table that matches your decoration ... You will also want to transform yours and add it a personal touch.

Get inspired by these ideas to create your own tray table!

Here are 6 ways to transform a tray table:

IMPORTANT: For the 6 models shown below, you will always need to first sand the wood to remove the paint from the wood.

1) Farmhouse style:

By painting a golden star on a very pale green background and then sanding the tray table here and there, you'll create the effect of an old tray table, and you will give farmhouse style to your tray table.

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2) The monogrammed look:

Use stencils to paint letters or patterns of your choice with gold metallic paint on a chalkboard paint.

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3) Ocean style table:

With painter's tape you will be able to paint white stripes, but not too much, so that you can still see the color you have chosen to paint your the background of your tray table. Either sky blue, or pale blue, or navy blue. Also use hot glue to decorate the table legs with white rope.

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4) Small ironing board:

A nice wood stain, a piece of synthetic foam and a very thick fabric will make a very small ironing board for your small laundry room that is not big enough to have a big ironing board.

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5) Chalkboard paint:

You can use painter's tape because it does not leave sticky residue, you can paint the center of your tray table in black with chalkboard paint and use stencils to paint the patterns on the sides.

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6) With chevrons:

And finally, the last idea is my favorite one... Still using painter's tape because it does not leave sticky residue, you can make chevrons in two shades of white, to create a tray table that will perfectly match your home decoration!

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