Vintage end tables – Decorate a room in an eclectic and vintage style and use outdoor decor inside your home is a great way to incorporate unique end tables. Items that started out their functional life as anything can be found in your attic, basement and even your farm. Reuse of these objects to create whimsical and unique end tables that are sure to be a conversation starter. These unique end tables are made out of an old antique sewing machine with an iron base and a large clay flower crock. They are simple to make and was to be completed within one afternoon. Antique sewing machine vintage end tables. Disconnect and remove the sewing machine from the inside of the sewing machine cabinets. Place the sewing machine cabinet upside down on the canvas. Remove sewing wooden box from antique sewing iron stand using the drill and a screwdriver bit holder. Set the sewing machine wooden cabinet aside to be used in another project.
Place the old final table on your work surface with the top down. Remove the bones from the table top using a drill and screwdriver bit holder. Center the iron sewing machine stand upside down on the bottom of the vintage end tables top. Using a drill and a small drill, drill pilot holes through the existing holes on sew iron stand and into the bottom of the table. Attach iron sewing machine stand to the desktop using wood screws. Drilling pilot holes before fastening wood screw prevents the wood from cracking. Turn your unique antique sewing the final table of. Sand the sides and top of the table. Dry the abrasive particles from the tabletop by means of a tack cloth. Apply the stain using sponge brush to the table surface and let it dry. Apply polyurethane over the stain and let it dry.
Flower crock vintage end tables. Cutting the floral foam bricks to fit inside of an 8-inch clay flowerpot, with a serrated knife. Apply hot glue to the inside sides and bottom of the pot and place in the oasis. Place the flower pot into a 24-inch flower crock. Space the four self-adhesive rubber bumpers evenly on the edge of the large flower crock.