My dining room table gets a workout. Even though we eat dinner at it every evening, it also doubles as a spot for homework, art projects, and ping-pong. Yes, ping-pong. We don’t have a separate ping-pong space in our house – ok, I’m sure I could find one in the basement – but ping-pong tables take up so much room. And, let’s face it, if you’re not playing ping-pong on it, it’s a big open space for collecting things. I certainly don’t need that in my home!
Dining Room Table Ping-Pong
And, even though I have a little sewing studio in the basement, during the winter it’s too cold down there and I drag my sewing stuff upstairs to the dining room to sew. Here’s a peek at what my dining room table looks like in the winter!
Fusion NW came by and filmed our ping-pong table set-up that you can make with very little cost. It takes no time to assemble the pieces and better yet – it takes no time to put them all away. I think David was trying to beat me in this game of ping pong but I was going for the kill shot!
Do you have a ping-pong table in your house? Does it collect items or do you use it?
Go Gingham related links:
A dining room table table-cloth for Flag Day – or another summer holiday
How to tutorial on the dining room table ping-pong
A little home office in our dining room
And our piano is in our dining room, too
The rug from our dining room – bought on Super Bowl Sunday
Thanksgiving table-cloth made for our dining room table
Matching napkins for the table-cloth – made from an old skirt
5 thoughts on “Dining Room Table Ping-Pong”
I’ve wanted to buy one for the kids, husband says no for the same dust collecting reasons. This is a better option and perfect for the rainy months.
Cathy, it’s especially good in the rainy months – which we have a few of around these parts! Give it a try…. 🙂
I love this idea! So smart!
Soooooo creative! 🙂
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