Horse Hame and Caster Barn Wood Coffee Table

November 17th, 2014 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
7 users recommend


I ran across some 50+ year old barnwood not too long ago and made a dining table with some of it (http://www.gadgetsponge.com/posts/2014/10/22/custom-50-year-old-barnwood-party-dining-table.html).  I just enjoyed it so much that I wanted to make a coffee table.  I immediately knew I wanted to use some vintage horse hames as the handles and I freed up the antique caster wheels and axle after a lot of pounding and WD-40.  The rest is a lot of sanding and good wood.


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

bigdogmom1960 writes: This table is a great use of parts from the past. Barn wood is one of my favorite repurpose materials. Great job! Posted: 2:37 pm on August 3rd
Junkernier writes: Love this! Posted: 4:47 am on April 21st
StrangeCargo writes: Great composition of all these pieces composes yet another masterpiece.

Ken Posted: 3:48 am on January 13th
JunkArchitect writes: Cool! Reminds me of a hand truck used in a 19th century rail yard.

Jim
Posted: 5:45 am on November 20th
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