How to Make Patio Side Table

Sep 16th

Patio side table – The tables auxiliary or tables center are the ideal complement any decor, whether indoor or outdoor, as they are comfortable, practical and very decorative. That is why, taking advantage of the fact that we are in the middle of our special on gardens , today we are going to remember a fantastic work that shared with us a while ago our friend, who taught us to recycle a wooden packaging, to use as a coffee table for the garden or terrace.

Wood Patio Side Table
Wood Patio Side Table

The first decision took was to add wheels to the structure, a very practical choice, since it could handle it much better and work more easily. In the second patio side table place, all the nails protruding and all that I could puncture were removed, as well as the transverse woods on the sides. It already had a solid and sturdy structure and it was time to fill with putty the damages and holes that had left the previous nails, and to sand. Next, with a few slats, he made a lower base in the form of a net. Then he applied an anti-caroms product and started to apply the primer.

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Then he added a pair of acrylic blue layers to the water, sanding between them, and a layer of candle wax. Once the paint was dry, it was time to decorate the upper part, using glass and stone granite. After designing several designs, he finally opted for this combination. Thus, he nailed two pieces of cardboard on the base, filling the holes with putty. After sanding it, with the intention of seeing the blue acrylic enamel, he applied a turquoise patina, left it for seven days, and then sanded and applied transparent varnish. Finally, he placed a glass on the patio side table, and he was already the finished work.