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Working in bed is a luxury that allows for relaxation while still being productive. This tray table is designed with adaptive reuse as the main c… Read More
Working in bed is a luxury that allows for relaxation while still being productive. This tray table is designed with adaptive reuse as the main concept. Utilizing a recycled window as the main tray top, this "Work in Bed" tray table has an immense amount of character and warmth to it. Along with the window, old screws and hinges are used to further the concept of designing with discarded materials and also establish functional legs that fold for times when the table is not in use. Read Less
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Adaptively Reused Window Turned into a
Productive Tray Table

 I found this window tucked away in a corner at Architectural Salvage and purchased it for $15
 I used the same process of removing the paint as I did with the coffee table
 Touched it up with the Dremel
 Finished off the paint removal with sand paper
 I used recycled screws which adds more character to the table at even a small scale
 Recycled hinges with leftover paint were used to attach the legs
Original details from the window were preserved to keep the character of the window intact
 The folding legs allow for efficient storage when the table is not in use