Sofa table sit behind the couch and usually drive 4-meter long or more, depending on the size of your sofa and your choice design. You can build a coffee table with wood and top it with slate, tile, stone or glass to fit the interior of your living room. Building a sofa table is a simple project. You can ask your local store home improvement to cut your wooden slab to size and you can find finished table legs in many styles at your local home store. These instructions are to help you build a 4-foot coffee table, 18-inch wide and 30-inch tall. You can adjust any of the sizes to fit your sofa.
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Place the face hardwood panel down on a flat surface and attach L brackets on each of the four corners with a wooden screw. Attach the table legs to the L brackets. Stand sideways table right up. Attach decorative strips to the edges of the panel with wood threading, followed by finishing nails scattered every 6 inches or so, around the perimeter of sofa table. Allow the glue to dry. Sand the table with medium sandpaper followed by light sandpaper. Sand the wood in the fiber direction. The light quality paper will help to remove scratches left of medium paper. Remove all trash left from grinding. All particles left on the tree will be visible in the finished table. Stain the table to match the decor in your living room. Always stain in the direction of the wood fibers.
Tips and warnings
Cover the sofa table top with slate, tile or glass to give your coffee table a distinctive look. If you plan to cover the top with tiles, there is no need to add polyurethane first. Wear a mask when you sand, bite and polyurethane. If you want a box on the coffee table, design a top that has a deeper front, back and sides. Install metal or wood tracking for the box to slip on. A sofa table box is a great place to store candles and matches or personal items, for example. Gloves or car keys. If you want to build coffee table for furniture to store a lot of books, measure for extra wood and finished wood or metal decorative pieces before you start building it.