Over the summer I turned an old door into a coffee table!! All it really took was a chain saw (yes I know, dangerous) and some paint remover to make this cool antique table. It took me a while to make this table and in the middle of making it,I wanted to quit. But now that I'm done, I'm glad I didn't. If I can sell it, I would be happy. Even if I don't sell it though, I still will be happy. I love it and see it as an art piece. I left the hardware on because I thought it gave it a rustic look. The legs are wrought iron. My father owns a wrought iron business where he builds gates, balconies, stair cases and other miscellaneous things. So I went down to his shop and decided to help myself to see what I could find. I found these really pretty legs that were perfect for this table. But it was a little too long for a coffee table. So I carefully used the saw machine ( If I slipped up... it would have cost me a finger ) and made it so the table was 36 inches in hight. (Which is the standard coffee table in hight )
I know it might be a heavy price, but I want $550 for the table. Only because I want to keep it. So if you want to buy it you are going to have to fork up some cash. :) Glad you understand lol.