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Chevron Top Coffee Table

  • April 29, 2014

jwr2106
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This project was made from a 2 shipping pallets. I left one nearly intact to create the small shelves below the top (which is made from the other pallet that is disassembled) I used a miter saw to make the 45 degree cuts. I attached the designed top to the pallet below. The challenge I had was attaching the legs to the intact pallet. To over come this I tried using a dremel but was unhappy with those results. I ended up using a small hand saw to cut out enough to slide the legs through the pallet to attach them to the 2x4 of the pallet. It ended up being a very solid table. I used 3 different stains to get the different colors for the top.

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Chevron Top Coffee Table

by jwr2106
Apr 29, 2014
Medium c46c5af5 9d56 480c ab3b 1387a868be9c

This project was made from a 2 shipping pallets. I left one nearly intact to create the small shelves below the top (which is made from the other pallet that is disassembled) I used a miter saw to make the 45 degree cuts. I attached the designed top to the pallet below. The challenge I had was attaching the legs to the intact pallet. To over come this I tried using a dremel but was unhappy with those results. I ended up using a small hand saw to cut out enough to slide the legs through the pallet to attach them to the 2x4 of the pallet. It ended up being a very solid table. I used 3 different stains to get the different colors for the top.