Vintage end tables – Early settlers had no choice but to use the wood was available to make the raw furniture for their homes. If you are lucky enough to live near a wooded area. And you can replicate these early examples of ingenuity, with only a few logs. These rustic pieces can become the focus of any room. And they add texture and charm, without altering a room throughout the interior. Add an iron drawer pull or a pair of deer antler candlesticks to complete the rustic charm.
Cut a piece of metal plate to the size you imagine for the vintage end tables. Bevel cutting the top edges to form a more natural look. Use a draw knife to create a smooth surface or add more structure, depending on the look you want. Then cut four pieces of three-fourth-inch pine for the sides of the table. And then use a draw knife to smooth out fronts.
As a result, cut four logs equal to represent the legs of the vintage end tables. Use another end table to measure the length of the legs. Plug peaks legs by making a series of parallel cuts with a table saw to form 3/4-inch wide grooves in the two sides of the log. The cuts should be as long as the height of tall sides. Remove the timber from these grooves with a chisel.