I bought this little table with an enameled metal top this past summer. But when I got home the enameled top turned out to be the perfect answer to a enameled metal medical cabinet I had without a top.
So getting ready for the sale, and cleaning out, I found the topless table, in need of paint and a top, of course. After trying about four different possible solutions for a top, I spied the left over oak flooring my daughter had left when she sold her house and cleared her garage. (Yes, I take hand me up junk from my kids :-) )
Mr P. put the tongue and groove boards together and attached them to the top. Then cut off the sides.
I painted the table and sanded and varnished the top. Now its all ready for a new home ....
Now we just need the right person to come to flea.o.logy and fall in love!!