We just moved to a new house and needed dining table for 4-5 people. We have spent quite some money for all the renovation, so a ready-made dining table is too costly for me. I googled to find if there was anything I can do about it and so I thought of my own industrial style DIY project for the weekend.

Step 1: Materials for the works

Material List:

- 18mm or thicker (25mm) plywood or hard wood, or pallet planks if you have

- 25x50mm box steel (or 30x60mm or greater if you want it to look bolder). 1,5mm thick is strong enough.

- Power tools including a welding transformer

- Screws and miscellaneous items (rubber spacers)

<p>What did you do to get the table so shiny? It went from plywood looking to very shiny and reflective. Sanding and varnish of some sort?</p>
<p>The plywood that I purchased has PU finish on one side. You can use spray gun to have the same thing but it will save you much time to buy ready-made plywood. The cost is not much different.</p>
<p>The table is gorgeous! :)</p>
<p>Thanks for your nice comment :)</p>

About This Instructable




Bio: I'm just a guy who loves to DIY and making things. It's great to be a part of this community! Have a great ...
More by RnP:The Birdhouse Clock Home-Grown Sprouts- So fresh - so good - so easy! The Home-made Industrial style Dining table 
Add instructable to: