From Blah Table to Boho Cuteness Using Cane

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We're loving the look of cane right now, from headboards to cabinets — we just can't stop pinning them on our Pinterest boards. If you're longing for a statement piece of cane furniture, why not consider a DIY approach? Cane webbing is reasonably priced and easier to source than ever, so giving your furniture a boho makeover is easier than you might think. With a few simple tweaks, we've taken an plain bedside table from basic to beautiful.

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Step 1

Unpack the Nesna bedside table and remove the glass shelf. Roll out the cane webbing and place the glass shelf on top.

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Step 2

Using scissors, trim the cane to the same size as the shelf (approximately 13 1/2 inches by 13 1/2 inches).

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Tip

You can soak cane webbing in warm water to make it more flexible and easier to work with!

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Step 3

Assemble the bedside table according to the instructions but leave out the five cross slats that form the lower shelf (you won't need them).

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Step 4

Cover the glass shelf in contact adhesive, you can use a cheap paintbrush to cover the area quicker.

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Step 5

Place some adhesive onto the back of the cane webbing and place it onto the glass. Trim the cane around the edges and leave the adhesive to cure.

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Step 6

Once the top shelf is dry you can flip the table upside down to work on the lower shelf. Cut a second piece of cane to 14 inches by 13 1/2 inches.

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Step 7

Place the cane onto the underside of the shelf; staple it to the shelf bars to secure it. Trim off any excess cane to finish.

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One boho-inspired cane bedside table!

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