Farmhouse coffee table – farmhouse decoration demands simple furniture with a lot of texture. Chairs made of twig branches and coffee tables made of horns are distinctive parts of a room with rustic style. You can make a farmhouse coffee table easily from a bran window or part of an old door. The recycled material works very well for a rustic decoration. Find an old window that is close to the size that is best suited for your coffee table. You can find recovered windows waiting to be recycled at your local junkyard or antique store. Yard sales are also great resources for unwanted windows.
Sand the wooden sections of the window with medium or lightweight sandpaper, depending on your condition. Most of the windows have already been painted, so if you want to stain it for your room, it is necessary to sand all the way to the wood. It would be easier to repaint the window once you have cleaned and sanded it. Carefully remove all sanding debris with a damp cloth. Nothing to leave the wood will be part of the goal. You may not want to repaint the window at all. Poorly finished windows have more texture, ideal for a farmhouse coffee table.
Painter’s tape come up easier, but you can also use masking tape. Make sure that the tape does not make any part of the wood that was finished. Finish the legs of the farmhouse coffee table the same as the window if they are saved. New legs will need priming before painting them. Place the legs of the table to each corner of the window.