I keep my stash of polishes and tools in hard plastic containers. Well, it's not really a mess but it's hard to see everything when things are piled up.
And so, one evening, my sister and I visited a local department store and I checked if the table I wanted was still available after months of trying to decide whether or not I'll buy it. It was still there! I asked for the color that I wanted and bought it.
I think it's a study table. There's a mini shelf, which I think is really good for storing nail polishes (haha!) and there's a sturdy flat surface can be folded that acts like a door to the shelf when I close it. When I need to do my nails, I'll just fold it down.
Anyway, the table didn't come assembled. Well, I could have asked to have them assemble it for me and deliver it but I didn't want to pay extra. So I opted to assemble it myself.
When I opened the box, it was full of wooden pieces that are numbered. Comes with a confusing manual too! The copy didn't have clear directions. The package was complete with bolts, screws, and nails.
Here's the mini shelf that I mentioned earlier. It has a cover at the back when the table is assembled.
My nail station is almost done!
I will be posting pictures of the table I assembled for almost 2 hours (!), now transformed into a personal nail station in a separate post. :)