Trunk nightstand – Make a couple of rustic corner tables with sections of the trunk of a tree and a trio of legs shaped hairpins. This mobile project for beginners can be done in a weekend. Use the furniture like tables in your living room, fitting them into a cozy corner or put them in the room as bedside tables.
Materials needed for to rustic corner trunk nightstand: Tree trunk sections (about 60 cm diameter and 15 cm thick), Broom, Planer manual, Sander manual, Average weight paper sandpaper, Table legs shaped staple hair, 9 wood screws 2,50 cm, Screwdriver, Stabilizer timber, Brush, Unscented cleaning spray, Layer polyurethane finishing the base oil.
The important thing when making a rustic corner table is to find a good piece of tree trunk nightstand. Use sections of a tree of your own garden, if any, or search for freshly cut trees in wooden vats. The most hardwoods serve, for example, ebony oak, walnut or cedar, but stay away from softwoods such as pine. A good stump to a table will flush cutting surface showing the top and bottom are flat without further angulations. Let the freshly cut stump rest within home for at least three months before working on it.