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Pallet Wood Coffee Table with a base made from a wooden futon I found on the side of the road. Finished it up with a distressed paint job with some chalk paint and wax then poured Epoxy Resin on top for a smooth as glass finish.
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Pallet wood coffee table with a base made from a futon!
http://beachbumlivin.com Pallet wood coffee table with a base made from a futon!
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Base made from a wooden futon that I found on the side of the road.
http://beachbumlivin.com Base made from a wooden futon that I found on the side of the road.
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Epoxy Resin!
http://beachbumlivin.com Epoxy Resin!
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Epoxy Resin. Smooth as glass!
http://beachbumlivin.com Epoxy Resin. Smooth as glass!
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  • Bc
    on Jul 4, 2018

    Do you happen to have a tutorial on how you applied the epoxy coating to the top of the table? I’d like to see a DIY vid of that for sure

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  • Robert Breisacher
    on Sep 19, 2015

    so how do you distress it with chalk and wax?

  • Winepine
    on Oct 18, 2015

    The distressed color of the planks gives the piece alot of character. It must have taken a while to prepare the planks for an epoxy resin! That came out looking like glass. Have you ever worked with original wine crates for table designs? The sides of wine crates with the engraved vineyard design can be removed from the crate, and those panels can be used as a table top. If your looking for pre-prepped and sanded original wine crate panels for a future table project visit Winepine - www.winepine.com

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