Skip Nav
Celeb Real Estate
Once Upon a Time, Ginnifer Goodwin Bought This Elegant House — and Now She's Selling It
Home News
We Have ALL The Details on Ikea's 2017 Catalog Before It's Released
Joanna Gaines
We Did Not See This HUGE News Coming From Chip and Joanna, but We Love It!

Using a Pizza Stone as a Side Table Topper

Cool Idea: A Pizza Stone Side Table

There are few things I dread more than moving. The main reason? All that wrapping and packing followed up by the unwrapping and unpacking. What makes it worse? When it's all for nothing. When we moved into our house, the movers managed to break a circular glass insert for one of my side tables. When I called a glass cutting shop, they quoted me for more than the original table was worth. Being the thrifty gal that I am, I got creative instead of overdrawn.

After scavenging my house for only about an hour, I stumbled upon my pizza stone. A quick slip into the empty space and voilà! My table was new again. Lucky for me, I have hardly used the cooking device so it was in near-perfect condition. And did I mention, it matches my décor perfectly? Don't you love it when things work out like that?


Image

Image

Image

Image
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
ella1978 ella1978 6 years
So funny! Sorry to hear that your glass broke, but this is an adorable substitution! Who knew glass was that expensive!
Decorating With Glass Bottles
Garden Visit: Behind the Scenes at Babylonstoren
How-To: Clean Up Broken Glass
Desire/Acquire: Clio Glass Hargreave Carafe
How to Make Crispy Pizza Crust Without a Pizza Stone
California Designer Curtis Popp's Modern Side Table
Crave Worthy: Elizabeth Lyons Glass Decanters

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

From Our Partners
Latest Home & Garden
X