This unique coffee table is built from reclaimed and re-purposed products. The top and sides are cladded entirely with pallet wood. I grab pallets from time to time and have saved all the best and most interesting wood for this table. Sure, there is some pine and fir in here, but there is also some very interesting exotic wood with some cool colors and grain patterns. Wherever possible, I’ve preserved the nail/fastener holes so the wood retains a bit of its heritage and character. All the wood has been planed to a consistent thickness and then sanded smooth. The top is finished with six coats of a wipe-on furniture poly called Daly’s ProFin
The box that the pallet wood is attached to is built from scrap pieces of plywood and 2×3′s that I found at the local lumber store. The one exception is the piece of plywood that supports the top; I purchased that one as I needed a specific size.
The legs are made from a thick fir Glu-Lam beam that I pulled out of the “burn” pile at a construction site. The legs have been torched and then finished with multiple coats of a water-based eco-friendly poly. The dark look of the legs provide a nice contrast to the lighter tones of the table top.
Dimensions are as follows:
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