Long Entryway Table – It has been a long time since I wrote the new article. But today I would like to publish something new. I have read a lot about light tables and their applications and I have always been fascinated. So I’d like to make one. It is not complicated to do and the result is spectacular. Of course, if you already have some things at home like the painting or the American tape or you find the table second hand (since you are going to cut it, it is a good option to recycle a table instead of buying and cutting a new one) you can greatly reduce costs. White paint to paint the inside of the table.
The more the light reflects the better. So if you have to buy it look for anyone that has some shine. I had a little acrylic paint at home and I took advantage of it (although mine was matte, but it has gone quite well). I have also seen that there are those who manage. Lining that part of the long entryway table with aluminum foil. You can create a table for your rustic dining room with just an old pallet and a wooden board the size you decide for your table. You dare? It is as simple as following these steps: In addition, the table is reinforced in the corners with a piece of wood agglomerate. Which is more difficult to cut, which serves to hold the legs.
Cut the slats of the pallets in different lengths to play a little with the arrangement of them. Put them on the board so you know how much to cut. Once the slats have been cut to size, add them to an antifungal treatment. After 24 hours, you can now sand and brush the mud. Here you can rush the sanding to make them perfect, or leave them naturally, as in the ideas, for a more rustic long entryway table result. From here, you can decide whether to varnish the slats. To dye them in different natural colors or to paint them with different shades of white, pastel colors, etc.
All to your choice. Once the paint or varnish has dried. It is time to glue the slats and glue them to the wooden board. Let it dry. Finally, place your feet on the long entryway table. You can buy them in large hardware stores, order them from a blacksmith or carpenter (depending on whether you want the metal or wooden legs) or recycle the legs of a table that is in disuse.