(Image credit: Yes Spaces)

Want to freshen the look of a room in your home but don't have a lot of money or don't want to go out and buy a new-to-you furniture piece? Start with something you already have — a dining, coffee or side table — and consider one of these successful table transformations for your own home this weekend!

Add tabletop detail

(Image credit: Tiffany Anton)

Tiffany turned a thrift store table into a glamorous furniture piece with the addition of small pieces of wood glued down in a herringbone pattern.

Go two-tone

(Image credit: Rae Nudson)

Take an existing table and paint it with two contrasting colors like this traditional style table Rae transformed. You'll get a fresh and modern look.

Paper and epoxy personalize

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This IKEA table becomes an amazing customized addition to any room with paper and epoxy, a beautiful way to update the look of any side tables in your home.

From table to ottoman

(Image credit: Krys Melo)

Need extra seating in your house, not a table? Consider the idea in this project that turned an IKEA nesting table into an upholstered bench.

Add silverleaf

(Image credit: Ellen Walsh)

A few fresh coats of paint and some silver leaf transform this outdated coffee table. Could the same idea transform one of your tables?

Transform a patio table with paint

(Image credit: Rea Tecson)

Have some outdoor tables that could use some updating? Do what Rae did with this glass and metal patio table and update with paint.

Refinish with the cerusing technique

(Image credit: Kristi Linauer)

Want to try a new finish for one of your wood tables on for size? Consider cerusing. As seen in this project, it could really change the look of a piece of furniture!

Add planks

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This project shows that just adding some wood planks on the top of a table can make a dramatic difference.

New legs work wonders

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A new table can be yours with just an updating of a fresh pair of legs and a bit of a top staining, like in this table.

How have you transformed a table into something new in your home? Share your DIY detail ideas below in the comments!