2 Table legs
Step 2: Cutting
Time to decide what shape you want the table to be. Then cut it and the legs down to size. I decided to make a longer thinner table, but you can cut it to any size you like. I cut it in half hot dog style then cut the top square off. I would have like to leave it on but I was afraid it would make the table to long and weak.
Step 3: Some more cutting.
I took the inside part of the door( seen in the picture from the last step), and cut it into slits to line the outside of my table. Not a necessary step, but it added a lot to my table. Makes it not as wide and added more of a wood work look to the table.
The inner piece can just be broken out by pulling the door apart.
Step 4: Piecing together the puzzle
Time to start putting this table together. I took the extra wood from other door half and made it into a frame for the legs to attach to. I cut the middle two pieces into a wedge shape to make screwing them to the table easier and applied wood glue to all of it to ensure a good hold.
Step 5: Finishing up the build.
In this step you have to attach the legs to the frame and the slits to the side of the table. Screw the legs to the frame. Use finishing nails to attach the slits.
Step 6: Sanding
Time for a good deal of sanding. I sanded the sides and the outer part of the door. I chose not to try the inner portion to avoid all the small details and I like the two tone look.