This DIY project for an adjustable height table was inspired by a guy named Matt. He wanted to be able to lay in bed at night with his laptop, books, and a beverage and watch TV. Finding this impractical to do on a bouncing bed, he built his own workstation that operates with paracord and pulleys for about $40. Using paracord and a pulley system, the table lowers when he’s ready to work, and raises up the ceiling when he’s done. If you are multitasker much like Matt, this adjustable height table may be just what you need in your bedroom. This same concept, however, could also be used in other rooms of the home. It could be a workstation that functions also as a coffee table. It could be a dinning room table. It could be craft table or a drawing station for kids. If your living space is on the small side, this table could give you more workable space when you need it, and then could be rolled up and stored for more floor and walking space. Lots of possibilities with this DIY adjustable table project!