DIY Pedestal Bowls
Similar to the DIY $3 Fluted Glass turned Vase I shared last week, these DIY pedestal bowls were so simple to make. I shared this project about two years ago but realized it was sort of hidden as a smaller part of a larger post, so I thought I’d share it separately now.
Every time I’d see these beautiful Acacia wood pieces in Walmart I thought of how fun they would be if they were combined to make something new!
I stacked an acacia wood, large serving bowl (similar) on top of an upside-down small serving bowl to create a super cute pedestal bowl. I purchased these at Walmart, but you could also grab some from thrift stores.
It could be used for shelf styling or a way to elevate (pun intended) your salad or fruit!
I shared a pic of it being used as a planter in Cayden’s room, however, it could be used for shelf styling or a way to elevate (pun intended) your salad or fruit!
While I was in the store I thought about creating a smaller version as well, using the wood salt chamber (similar) and a small acacia serving bowl (similar). I think this creates a really cute and stylish catch-all for his nightstand!
I think the base would look great if it was painted a contrasting color too—think navy blue or black!
I used wood glue and a small screw to hold them together, but if you wanted to use it for serving food, you could easily just glue them together, and forgo the screw!
Here’s a quick little video of the process:
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I love it styled with fruit, and this fantastic fabric as a runner on my kitchen island (insert heart eyes).
Love a simple DIY that has a big impact!