DIY Projects

Table Leg Candle Holders

Hello dear friends! How have you been?

I have had a lot of questions recently about the candlesticks in front of my fireplace. This is one of the easiest DIY projects around.  I’m very excited about this one because it’s so easy… it really can’t go wrong! I’m always on the lookout for beautiful pieces that can be repurposed and transformed into something else. I was out antique hunting with my father and found three old table legs in an old barn hidden in the back corner under apple crates. I ended up getting them for free because he just wanted to get rid of them. I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them.

So let’s get started! The only thing you need to do is cut them to your desired size. Yes, its just that simple… they add the perfect touch to our mantel. The best part about all of this is that you aren’t limited to table legs. You can use chair or couch legs, balusters, pretty much anything you want. Decorating your home doesn’t have to break the bank.

I can’t tell you how much I love these repurposed farm style table legs, now used as candlesticks. I have a lot of candle holders in our home, including some more pricier ones, but right now these three are my absolute favorites!

Do you like these types of projects? I love sharing repurposed items because they’re more affordable and easy to find. You can find me on Facebook and chat with me on Instagram!

Thank you so much for stopping by!

XOXO, Lisa Tornabene

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