Dimensions: Length 41 inches, Width 10.5 inches, Height 29.5 inches, Weight 13 pounds each. When I moved into a new office at work with a nice expanse of windows, I decided to make a pair tables that could hold several plants and small art pieces. I created the rails and legs out of new lumber purchased from Home Depot—standard 1x2 pine for the rails and 1.5-inch square pieces for the legs. I assembled them with glue, nails, and screws, and finished them with a matte black paint. For the top, I selected four complementary pieces from my pallet wood collection, cut them to the right length, sanded them, stained them with Minwax “Red Mahogany,” which was close to the tone of the wood furniture in my office, and applied three coats of Minwax water-based clear satin Polycrylic. Where possible, I left the original nail heads in place, where that wasn’t possible, I added them back in at the end.
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