Dr Pepper Crate Table

August 10th, 2009 in member junk     
JunkinLindsey JunkinLindsey, member
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I saw Jim Healy's 7up crate table awhile back and just had to make one for myself! I found this Dr Pepper crate for 5 bucks, found the glass for a dollar at the same junk show, and the rest is history! Thanks, Jim for the inspiration!


Pattern or design used: Jim Healy
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, metal, wood, glass, industrial, retro, table, 50s

Comments (11)

grabe writes: omg loovve!!! such a great job and of course Dr. Pepper is the best! :~) you made me want to get a hand torch!! cool. I have some old ceiling tins I could use for my top and a coca-cola crate, thanks for the idea Jim and you!! Posted: 8:52 pm on May 11th
JunkArchitect writes:
JunkinLindsey, the yellow at the bottom of each leg is a rubber coating they make for tool handles. It’s a liquid that I dunked the ends of the legs into…hope that helps.

Jim
Posted: 5:00 pm on August 13th
CottageElements writes: You did a great job on this table. Very Jim-ish! Ha! Keep up the good work!

Lani Posted: 12:02 am on August 12th
chippingcharm writes: Looks great! I have a couple of these old crates waiting "patiently" in my garage. Thanks for the reminder, Laurel Posted: 4:10 pm on August 11th
ShadywoodQuilts writes: Great use for found objects! Can't wait to see that table! What kind of metal are the legs made of? Posted: 10:15 am on August 11th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Excellent job! Looks fantastic!
Candy Posted: 9:46 am on August 11th
JunkinLindsey writes: Whacking it with a rubber mallet (in a vice) was exactly what I did—glad you had mentioned that. I also took a hand torch to it to make it more malleable. (Any excuse to use a torch will do!)

Did you find rubber covers for the feet on yours (the yellow pieces)? I'd like to add some if they make them to fit flat metal.
Posted: 9:30 am on August 11th
DumpsterDivingDiva writes: I LOVE it!

You have done a FAB job!

☺ Deidre ☺ Posted: 12:31 am on August 11th
fellowjunker writes: Looks great Lindsey. Well done!!
xojanis Posted: 11:38 pm on August 10th
alicemom writes: Boy what a fabulous job you did. The frame matches so well with the metal. A dollar for that thick piece of glass. another wow!
smiles, alice Posted: 11:21 pm on August 10th
JunkArchitect writes:
WOW!

Lindsey, great crate table! I really like the design you came up with for the legs. Did you use my highly technical advise of “whacking them into shape with a rubber mallet”? Glad to hear the 7-Up Crate Table inspired you and THANKS!

Jim
Posted: 10:44 pm on August 10th
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