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I'm actually thinking of borrowing elements of this awesome design for a shelf project I've been wanting to remodel.
It's a cheap melamine-topped particle board shelf kit that got heat damaged by the in-laws, so that the pretty white ended up with horrible brown yellow spots in random places.
You could make a paper mache table in any style for indoor use and it would cost you a fraction of store bought furniture.
And bonus: it was a really fun project to do with the kid.
I didnt get all crazy neat and specific with this, its going to have paper mache on top so I went for a more laid back look (and easier process).
I did four rows of chevron zig zags.
Now my table looks like this.