Introduction: Mastika Bottle CoffeTable

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Very easy and cheap table

I used that materials: 10cm x 1m x 20 mm pine wood 12 pieces, sufficently screw and nail, rustic oak gloss and shiny gloss, four piece glass bottle, and fake flowers.

And necesary electrical tools : drill, jigsaw, angle grinder (for sanding), handsaw,

Construction : I sanded all wood with angle grinder ( when using angle grinder please wear work gloves), next equalized length of wood and assembled all part and polished.

Comments

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-09-28

That is an awesome table! So is the table top only being held up by the glass bottles? Are they pretty strong?

msel (author)Penolopy Bulnick2012-09-28

Not only glass bottle I used turnbuckle ( I dont know english name (: ) for to hold together top side and bottom side, the glass bottles function is like a leg and pretty strong because of bottles glass is very thick, If you want you can sit over for test :)

Twotim221 (author)msel2013-02-08

Turnbuckle is what I call them in English. . . cool table!

bellinghammakerspace (author)2012-10-04

Very cool. I love the push me pull you part.

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