DIY Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table Tutorial on Remodelaholic

Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table

Happy Saturday morning sweeties! Im sipping on some hot french vanilla coffee, with just about the exact same view as you see above. I thought I would pop in to let you know that there is a full tutorial available for my newest project in the living room- our reclaimed wood coffee table with faux metal base. I have seen this style of coffee table everywhere- and would you believe that base was made for $20?! I had so many questions about it on insta and fb- and I am happy to make the process available to you.

I joined the Remodelaholic team as a contributor last year- pinch me because Cassity is awesome- and I feel pretty lucky to be included in such a creative group of bloggers.

You can check out the full post here– with a video tutorial to come. You can also catch a some more recent shots of our living room, you know if you are into that sort of thing.

-Miss Ash

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4 thoughts on “DIY Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table Tutorial on Remodelaholic”

  1. Ashlea,
    I do quite a bit of building furniture/etc out of wood, though I tend to either use hardwoods, or some really old reclaimed heart pine. I live on our family farm and I’ve got some heart pine my great grandfather originally used to build pack-houses with. (It’s between 12 and 18 feet long and from 8 inches to 21 inches wide) It’s really beautiful wood from the 1880’s. You did a great job on this coffee table. I admire the fact that you can take something like a wood frame; and make it look like you built it out of metal. That shows real skill! Keep doing what you’re doing; I think it’s a dying art among many people. If you don’t, you should look into doing some of your work on commission. Lots of people would pay for your skills. Greg from NC.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind and encouraging words Greg! It sounds like you have some beautiful wood to work with- and what a neat piece of family history attached to it. I really appreciate you stopping in.

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