The Brick House's 'DIY Neon Table' revamps the tips of this low rise furniture piece with relative ease. Quick, customizable renovations have become more and more central to the interior design industry with the growth of visual blogs and viral clips, demonstrating a flurry of ways to repurpose chairs, tables and dishware.
To produce this DIY Neon Table, The Brick House used neon spray paint, thick durable tape, glo spray cleaner, sticky wax and a cordless drill. The adhesive was applied to the top half of the base, allowing the curator to spray the bottoms of the metal pegs.
After the paint dried, the binding was peeled back to reveal the red tips. An array of colors can be swapped in to produce this fluorescent look.
Customizable Desk Revamps
More Stats +/-
Reclaimed Wood Post Seaters
Arching Wooden Seats
Living Room Hammocks