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25.03.2014
I have grown to LOVE this common wooden structure that so often goes unnoticed and tossed aside after it’s initial job of assisting in the transportation of something.
We were able to acquire 6 pallets that were no longer needed at a job site, bought some screws, a 4×4 post and a sheet of plywood and got to work. Because the pallets are able to hold their own in weight and structure, all we had to do stand them up on end, put them in an L shape, screw them to the deck and then together and the basis of our bar was set.
I bought a few things at the Aloha Market (read about it here) to complete our tiki look and now all we need is to stock the bar and have a party!
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You could take plywood, stain it and then score it with steel wool or even hammer it, then seal it with a poly coat. Did you do both sides of the table before you secured it or did you only do the top and the edge? It is from the blue cloth I laid on the plywood before applying the modpodge and pour on surfacing product.


Since this table is made from cedar, it can be used outdoors for many years without a finish.  Or, you could choose to use a deck finishing product such as Sikkens Cetol to give it extra protection. The materials, excluding stain and sealer, should cost about $150 (before tax) to build this table in cedar.  This can be easily built in 1 day, and when compared to buying the Pottery Barn Chatham fixed table for $550, this is a bargain!
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Sorry, did you mean to put each bolt through the apron and through the 4″ leg and lock the bolt end with a nut?
I just finished building the table top with the same decking you used from Lowes and ripped it down to 5″.
Any boards without squared corners (so basically any dimensional lumber or anything not appearance grade) are going to look funny at the perpendicular seams, where the square corner of the end of one board butts up against the rounded edge of another board.
I have everything else in place, just wondering how you attached the plywood to the top of the pallets? I am about to make this table as well (just bought the lumber today), and I spent a while trying to figure out how to get around ripping the boards, but I think that would make for much less of a clean, finished look.


I want to try the second recipe with the flour, sugar, etc but i’m worried it won’t turn out how yours did! Been trying to figure out what to use to seal the wood on the bar and the foot rails around the bottom. My problem is I’m going for the Bushveld look and the blue counter top will not look as good as yours. I will need to pick up a table saw and would like to seek some advice on what kind to get. I understand you poured on the goop which dried like a clear laquer but at what point and what materials did you make it blue?



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