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You Can Literally Turn Anything You Want Into A Table With This Invention

When it comes to building something for my home, I usually do a lackluster job and create something that looks pretty goofy in the end. Could this be attributed to my crippling fear of saws and sharp objects? Perhaps, but it”s probably also due to my lack of DIY know-how.

Luckily, I never have to worry about coffee tables again. These two ingenious women just created a tool that takes pretty much any flat surface and converts it into a chic table. They”re so easy to use that even I could put a table together in seconds! That”s no small feat.

Erika and Maria graduated with architecture degrees in Barcelona. After becoming frustrated with their furniture, they created the SNAP.

Erika and Maria graduated with architecture degrees in Barcelona. After becoming frustrated with their furniture, they created the SNAP.

The SNAP is a steel leg that easily attaches to surfaces to create shelves and tables.

The SNAP is a steel leg that easily attaches to surfaces to create shelves and tables.

They come in a variety of heights and colors, and they come off just as easily as they clip on.

Here, the SNAP is attached to an old surface to create a lovely outdoor table. This is a great way to upcycle old materials!

Here, the SNAP is attached to an old surface to create a lovely outdoor table. This is a great way to upcycle old materials!

The legs can hold up to 154 pounds. Yes, those little clips can almost hold the weight of a person!

You can also use the SNAP in the living room…

You can also use the SNAP in the living room...

…or anywhere you want, on pretty much anything.

...or anywhere you want, on pretty much anything.

Have any wooden crates or pallets lying around? With a little help from the SNAP, you can have a unique coffee table or shelf in seconds.

Watch this video to see the SNAP in action.

(source SNAP, Citylab)

They had me at no drilling necessary.

SNAP is currently in the midst of a successful Kickstart campaign, to which you can still contribute here. The first SNAPs are scheduled to ship in October, so if you”re as pumped for an effortless fall DIY project as I am, then it”s worth looking into.

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