We don't own any power tools, so this was done with an old hand saw and some wood glue. I also used my wood burner to put some designs on the top and the two pillars. I glued everything together, and set it up to dry overnight. Tons of books are piled on top to keep everything stuck together while it's drying!
And here's the final product! Well, mostly final - I'd like to get some light stain and seal it once my husband is back with the car - but this is the general idea! The space on the right is devoted to a Sun altar at the moment, but it will be moved for any magical altars I'd like to set up. My favorite is the new ADF area; the seasonal Tree, Fire, and the Well tucked beneath them on the lower shelf. Overall, things are much less cluttered, and I feel like my daily devotions are more focused since each area has its own purpose.
And now that I've shared mine, please share yours as well! I love to see people's altars; they're such a wonderful window into the spiritual practices of others. If you don't have one of your own due to a lack of furniture, let my project be an inspiration! This is literally the very first thing I've ever built out of wood, if you don't count the scrap pieces my dad used to let me glue together as a kid - and it didn't turn out too bad. Just remember: measure twice, cut once!