Weird, Wonderful Mannequin Leg Side Table

Get inspired by unique upcycled ideas like this weird, wacky and wonderful Mannequin Leg Side Table. I’ve always been a fan of weird and wonderful furniture that tells a story.

This unusual Mannequin Leg Side Table is a “think outside of the box” idea!

Love it or hate it, you have to admit that this project makes you see everyday objects differently. When I found two pairs of mannequin legs during my regular trash picking sessions I knew I had to make a table. I  found a pair of bedside tables that would work perfectly in this project.

First, I removed the existing table fixed them together to make one unit. Next, I attached the mannequin legs. This was a tricky process to get the table level, but I got there in the end!

Once I had secured the legs in the right place, I wanted to make the whole piece flow as one organic form. I used an assortment of contrasting fabrics, and applied them with PVA glue all over the piece, using the same method as you would with papier mache. Finally, I upholstered the top with denim pieces to finish off.

My Mannequin Leg Side Table is a great place to feature favorite photos and art pieces. Plus, it adds storage.
Add storage and style to your entryway or any room of the house with this project idea.
Putting my finished Mannequin Leg Side Table in place.
Here’s my project in place.
I added layers of decoupage to my Mannequin Leg Side Table.
Decoupage is a great way to involve the kids in a project. Just be careful when using PVA glue with little ones.
This Mannequin Leg Side Table features an upcycled denim-upholstered top.
The denim-upholstered top creates eye-catching texture. Upcycle old clothes into projects and make a fun, funky piece that will make everyone stop, look, and touch the artwork.
Start with some upcycled mannequin legs and create a Mannequin Leg Side Table.
These mannequin legs were the inspiration for my project. Don’t be afraid to use an object in a different way than the original purpose.
I had to install the mannequin legs to the frame of the two joined side tables and then checked for level. Once I was satisfied, it was time to customize my Mannequin Leg Side Table.
Here is the table before I added my custom decoupage application.

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