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The perfect, thrifty, table that any coffee teble book will look great on!
My sweetheart and I just finished this coffee table. The legs are from some free pallets we collected. The top support is the back of a metal, standing shelving unit, salvaged from the trash. The middle shelf/mosaic is a collaboration of broken pots that were just waiting for such a project and left-over tile (from a bathroom project). The cement board, tile glue, and grout were all also left over from the bathroom tiling. The only items we really had to buy were the stain for the legs and the plastic (although very glass-looking)top. Depending on what you have on hand, this can be a very inexpensive project!! It did take us about a week to finish it.

Posted by KIm A. from Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand • Published See KIm A.'s 5 projects »
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Pumpkinniki
Pumpkinniki · Summerville, South Carolina, US · 12 projects
That is fabulous!
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KIm A.
KIm A. · Napier, Hawke's Bay, NZ · 5 projects
We drilled holes in each of them then hammered wooden dowels into one hole then hammered the next block on top into the corresponding holes. Some wood glue on the dowels and blocks as well.
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jonesy
jonesy · Cheshunt, England, GB · 58 projects
how are the pallet blocks secured together?
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