Log end table – You can make rustic end table from logs in a few steps. Beginners should try to build a basic log table before moving on to more advanced log furniture projects. Find a large log sheet for the furniture top. Nurseries often carry such sheets to be used for walkways. Check your garden, or look through firewood bundles for smaller logs for table legs and support. Clear a stable bench or other work area to build your log table on.
As a result, cut your four legged log end table to length. And then be sure to cut the level to your table shake. Examine your log disk and choose which side to use as a tabletop. Use your measuring square and a pencil to draw a square on the bottom of the log sheet. Also place one foot inside one of the corners of the square.
Start by drilling into the bone parallel to the tabletop. Then begin to angle drill down to the log end table top. This will create a diagonal drill holes from the leg to the top. Repeat the diagonal bore process on the other side of the leg. And then screw the legs to the table top with 2-inch decking screws through both pre-drilled pilot hole. Repeat this process for the remaining legs.