1940s Wooden Gameboard Repurposed Table

December 26th, 2013 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
6 users recommend


Hey friends! I just finished this vintage game board table.  I saw this vintage, 1940s gameboard from Carrom at an estate sale and knew immediately what I was going to do with it.  After some custom woodwork underneath, some paint, distressing and finishes -- it's done!  It is rock-solid and ready for many years as a party table, game table or side table!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of GadgetSponge.com
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Comments (4)

JunkArchitect writes: The legs are amazing! Incredible work, Brian.

Jim

Posted: 5:07 am on January 7th
CottageElements writes: This is a two-fer, and done beautifully, Brian! Now I just have to go and Google what a Carrom board is and how you play it :-)

Lani Posted: 8:10 am on December 27th
birdcolor writes: This is awesome. I have been wanting to do this! I have a Carrom board and some legs, but didn't think it would be solid. Thanks for showing how you did this.
Posted: 6:51 am on December 27th
StrangeCargo writes: Brian, beautiful conversion. I like how the legs are solidly attached.... Well done!
Ken Posted: 5:09 pm on December 26th
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