[Photo top left by Patrick Cline for Lonny, August-September 2010 (the Rachel Ashwell story), brass tack shown bottom left via Horton Brasses, chocolate linen via B & J, nailhead shown top right via True Value Hardware.]
I've been gathering tangible supplies along with inspirational images for my own interpretation of Page's and Shane's cloth-covered work table. It looks like rich chocolate-brown linen will be my choice for the desktop, but the video description of B & J's alternate brights is accurate; if you're interested in making a waterproof craft table for a child's room, there are fun school-bus-yellows and Popsicle-oranges.
[Textile-covered trunk from Guinevere in London.]
While browsing hardware stores and my go-to place, Horton Brasses, for nailheads, I came across nice reproduction pieces for trunks. Interesting only because last year, when I posted some of Guinevere's trunks covered in antique linen, a few friends contemplated doing thier own DIY version with a flea market find. So, I thought I'd follow up, albeit a year and a half later, with this Horton link.