Obviously a big sawhorse table fan, Lockette also used one in her study. Looks like she may need a drafting chair or high stool for this one!
Here the versatile sawhorse table functions as a console table and a buffet, and it brings an industrial aesthetic to the room.
While sawhorse tables can be used for dining, they are much more commonly used for desks. They have a certain architectural/drafting table appeal.
This sawhorse table serves as a portable kitchen island, and brings a rustic element into the room.
I was torn whether to add this image to this sawhorse table ideabook or the trestle table ideabook, because it is kind of a hybrid, but I wanted to include at least one sawhorse dining table in this book. This shows how you can put together a very striking industrial table with elements bought from the carpentry section of Home Depot or Lowe's.
Another trestle/sawhorse table hybrid: The side legs resemble sawhorse legs somewhat, but the bar down the middle is more of a trestle table element.