When you build you need new tools and equipment, one of which is a spray booth for professional finishes. There are many DIY variations for spray booths and how they are made. I decided to make one from pallet wood. I used one picture from Pinterest as inspiration for my spray booth. […]
Hello !! Once again we got some nice weather here and the chance to build !!
Kids table with reclaimed wood.
For this project I used the same build technique that i used with my bench builds and others. I put the sides together first.
I took the height from another kids table. The top is 2ft x2ft .. I used a pallet cut at 2ft to be the cross bar. Once i had two sides made, it was easy to attach the other two sides.
Once again I assembled it upside down. this keeps the top flush and straight when attaching the two ends together. This makes your top frame.
For the table top i used tongue and groove cedar fence board. Just cut to length and push the boards together and nail.
I personally have found the Ryobi Air Strike nail gun a huge asset to anyone’s tool box. This is NOT an affiliate link.
To finish the top i used just some 1×2’s and attached around the top.
I have some chalk board paint, so i’m going to paint the table top with that so it can be a kids chalk board table.
Stay Tuned for next post 🙂