Tree stump coffee table – you do not realize how much you use it until you do not have it. A real all-round furniture serves the coffee table as a footrest, snack table, homework desk, game table, children craft table and of course, a place to rest a cup of coffee. If you want to add a coffee table to that or the living room, but on a tight budget, you can make one of the recycled or cheap materials. Find a tabletop. Old doors work well like coffee tables, as well as shutters, wardrobe counter sections, and cabinet doors. Be creative and think about utilities. For example, a surfboard would make a unique and exciting tabletop, which should be a pickup tailgate. Or remove the legs from an old football table, and place a piece of Plexiglas over the top.
Find a table foot. Something sturdy and relatively heavy works well if it is the right size and height. Consider the tree stump for tree stump coffee table top. Invent your table and base. On the one hand, you can make the two parts look as coherent as possible by painting the top and bottom the same color. On the other hand, contrasting pieces can work well together. For example, if you have an old door with layers of pale paint scales, try pairing it with a nice metal base, such as a silver aluminum watering trough or plant box.
Determine the best way to connect the two parts. If both pieces are made of wood, such as an old door and a toy chest, go with them with the L-fastener screwed into the wood on the underside of the table top and base. All-purpose adhesives work well on other materials. Add fining of your tree stump coffee table, such as refilling drilled holes with flap, grinding unevenness and stirring any areas that need it with color or betting. Clean up excess glue. Check the sustainability table. For example, make sure that one end of the tabletop will not fly if someone uses the other end as a footrest. Damp or wipe your table with a clean, soft cloth.