Here are some ideas for making hand-made indoor or garden tables from rhizomes, branches left over from construction logs or logs, as well as from old casks or casks.
The easiest way to make a table is by choosing the base material on which a glass or wooden table top is simply placed.
If you are using branches or logs left after sanitary felling and still unprocessed in eco-briquettes, you must first decide whether they will be vertically or horizontally positioned. If vertically positioned, they must be cut to the same length, then be stacked and fastened tightly with a clamping rope or strap, and then may be covered with a decorative hoop or other material. It is advantageous for the two foundations of the bundle thus obtained to be further processed by hand or by blade to smooth the edges of the constituent elements. Silicone pads are placed on the side you choose as the top, and a glass top with a suitable shape. It is important to know that during the drying process the volume of the wood changes and may need to be fastened again.
If you decide to use a rhizome as a base, then you must provide a minimum of three support points in two parallel planes - one for the base and one for the countertop. With or without varnish it is a matter of personal choice.
The fastest way is to just grab an old barrel or barrel to put on a countertop. If you have more time and patience, you can cut it in height, and if you decide on the width, you can put opening mechanisms on the hob and turn it into a table with a compartment for belongings.
Perhaps the most creative, but also the most difficult to execute, model of an old barrel table is one where the composite boards are taken and arranged in an X-shaped fashion by connecting them with a stud driven through pre-drilled holes and a metal one. the second level trim strip. The bases so obtained can be easily adjusted in height, and the space between the two building blocks is perfect for storing bottles.
Another way is to pick up an old crate that you can simply garnish with sacks or thin washers of sliced logs. Varnish, put on a glass top and you're done!
The possibilities are endless, all you need is desire, enthusiasm and free time.