MAKING A COFFEE TABLE WITH A CROSS MEMBER11 February 2020
A new DIY, and this one will not have 1 but 2 trays for 2 floors. Nothing better than a central board to slide in remote controls, books or magazines. So let's go to discover the rest
- 2 custom-made infinite flat iron feet with 1 crossbar (height: 40 cm, width: 48 cm, crossbar at 20 cm)
- 6 shuttering boards (length: 80 cm, width: 15 cm, thickness: 2.5 cm)
- 20 wood screws of 20 mm
- Sanding block
- A drill
STEP 0 :
Wood tends to expand or contract depending on heat and humidity. So leave the boards in your interior for a few days so that they do not warp afterwards.
STEP 1 :
The formwork is raw, so all the boards must be sanded with a sanding block in order to smooth the wood and remove all its irregularities and splinters..
STEP 2 :
Varnish the formwork boards on both sides to protect the wood.
STEP 3 :
We will start by arranging the upper part of the coffee table. To do this, position the 3 formwork boards on the ground upside down to obtain a width of 48 cm. Be careful to pay attention to the gap between the boards so that there is the same spacing so that it is harmonious.
STEP 4 :
STEP 5 :
Turn the assembly over and slide the boards onto the intermediate cross member. We chose not to fix them in order to be able to change the style regularly.
You have understood it the infinite flat iron foot is configurable according to your desires and therefore with your dimensions. It's up to you to choose the height, width and number of crossbars . Now you just have to imagine your new coffee table! And if you have any questions, don't hesitate to come and chat with us.
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