What you need:
- abrasive paper
- carriage bolts
- caster wheels
From the First, Pallet Create the Top of the Table
The standard pallet (80x120cm/31,5×47,25in) was too big for our living room, so we sawed the first pallet in half.
From the Second Pallet, You Need the Slats to the Top of the Table Won’t Be So Gappy
So remove slats from the second pallet with the help of hammer and chisel then remove all the rusty nails. Or use an iron saw, but in this case, the nails stay in the wood. Position the picked slats with nails between the slats of the top. Here need the rest two slats from this second pallet to strengthen the legs of the table – and will also be a holder.
From the Third Pallet Create Table Legs
The next step is the polishing. Cut a piece of abrasive paper – for easy polishing use a small piece of the slat. But the even easier polishing use a grinding machine and polish the surface of the coffee table smooth. After that paint the surface with wood stain. It’s the most entertaining part :)
Almost the last thing, a hole where the components will join each other. Use carriage bolts in order to the coffee table will be durable and fix the parts. Finally, position the caster wheels on the bottom of the table and fix them with screws. AND your unique coffee table is ready :)
Available for download as a FREE PDF Tutorial here.