During one of his dumpster dives last fall, Scott found this 16"-tall steel table base. He thinks it was probably a patio fire pit stand that outlived its usefulness for one of the construction guys.
When we were first married, my dad made a kitchen table for us out of a butcher block table top that he stained and finished. The base was a Singer sewing machine stand from one of his great aunts.
I got busy sanding, touching-up the stain, and poly-coating the 42"-wide table top . . .
. . . while Scott tightened-up the screws holding the base together, and gave it two coats of "bronze" spray paint.
Wilson helped Scott attach the base to the top with eight screws . . .
. . . and Leo gave the table his approval! It looks great with the other steel and wood elements in the great room. Best of all, it was free!
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