Mid century modern table – You know the ones where the tables in the mid century modern, solid wood, and like that right bit worn. Really super nice, but they cost a fortune even though they are easy to build yourself. So I decided to make its own.
The tip is to the hardware store and look for wood studs with flaws. The simplest is that already in the timber yard lay out the joists on the floor as you then want them in the mid century modern table. Start by determining the table size. Now is the time to decide how worn table should be and it is entirely a matter of taste. Maybe it was enough studs worn and abraded already when you bought them, and then hands it so. Then grind the joists so any splinters and sharp edges disappear.
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Stain each plank individually so that even the sides treated before screwing them together. Now is the time to assemble the joists. As the base to attach the joists in, I used plywood. Place planks on the floor as you want them, with the top to the floor. Screw conclusion, the table legs to the mid century modern table top so that it stands firmly.