First, I prepared and cut the wood for the table top.
Recycled Old Wood Table
I was saving up some wood that I had from a friend, and being that I had an open day, I decide to turn it into an industrial rustic table. Take a look at this cool project!
Then I prepared the iron for the legs 50 x 30 and 50 x 5
The next day, I was visiting with some friends that are working in an iron workshop. So I asked them if they could hook me up with some nice iron details to add on the edges of my table. It's good to have friends everywhere!
Then I got back to my workshop and started brainstorming for the design of the table legs. I didn't wanted an x or u design , so I came up with the idea of mixing an x with the diamond shape- like this!
Then it was time for the most painful part of this project- the nails! It took me about 5-6 hours to make them but, I love how they came out! I used them to affix the iron details to the site of the table top.
Than, after a good sanding ,I've added a good coat of Danish oil for the table top and a black matte finish for the legs . On the next day, when was all dried up I've start putting together my nice table...
After a good sanding, I painted on a coat of Danish oil to the table top and a black matte paint to the legs. Then I let it all dry.
Here you can see how nice it came out with the details on the sides.
And, finished! It looks great!