This Salvaged Wood Door Coffee Table Frugal DIY Project is a great way to re-purpose a charming older door into a great piece of rustic furniture for the living room.
Leftover building materials is generally present in the nook and crannies in our homes or picked up cheaply at yard sales. Some of these things remain in your room or in basement till anyone stumbles upon them or it is thrown away. This is the moment when one realizes and is motivated to search for a new purpose to the old stuff.
It is interesting to read how a $10 door became this fantastically upcycled piece of furniture.
Salvaged door coffee table is among the greatest project created by a couple that adds great rustic element to their home.
It is common to observe that the antique doors are re-purposed for decorating house, kitchen cabinets, and shelves. Moreover, people are even observed to pick up this 5-panel door. For instance, they needed 3 panels for the tabletop and 1 for each side.
The steps involved in making of salvaged door coffee table start with deconstruction of the old door and next step is concerned with addition of shelves and casters. Last step is associated with sealing of the perfectly chipping paint. Overall, this piece of work seemed to be good enough as it was way beat up. A worthless extra table his likely to be transformed into a unique piece of furniture. We are likely to receive a clamp from the Harbor Freight in straight separate edge.
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