Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018. by Cherry Marsh in End Table.
Today we got the marbled contact paper side table, we have the geometric design or art deco-inspired, and then we have the traditional herringbone design pattern. First, let's start with the marble side table. This is a very simple side table to do. You just have to buy a marble contact paper and I'll, provide a link in the description box and what I did here was used Windex on the top of the tabletop to basically be able to maneuver the paper around and before is set in place. And then I used a squeegee to remove all the Windex underneath the contact paper and the tabletop next, I just folded, decides over the edge and use the squeegee to kind of remove the Windex and to make all the air bubbles remove.
You can also use like a gift card or a credit card to kind of scrape out the bubbles, as you can as much as you can, and then I folded the corners over and I cut the pieces out to make it fit. I used an Exacto knife to cut the corners. The next table is a geometric design. What I used here is, I used wood, lathe or lath, and this can be found at your local lumber, store Home Depot or Lowe's, and it's usually in a 50 bundle pack, and it's only somewhere between 10 to 15 dollars. And if you use coupons, you can get it for less. I had to sand down the rough edges on the sides and the face, and then I used dark Danish Oil dark walnut Danish oil to stain the wood lathe for the borders of the IKEA Lack table.
I cut the wood lathe in half on a table saw and then I minored the corners at 45 degrees and then created a border around the tabletop. Then I measured half the distance between the edges and I penciled in a line down the middle horizontally and vertically. As my basically my points of contact for the geometric design, I used weld bond adhesive here and you can find that at Amazon or your local store I'll provide a link in the description as well. I also painted some of the wood lathe blacks with just regular black paint and then after I glued them down, I used brad nails to hold them in place for the last side table it's the herringbone design, so it's pretty much the same concept as the first Geometric table, except it's a different pattern on the tabletop, and so I painted wood lathe white for the borders. I cut.
The wood lathe in half on the table saw mitered the corners at 45 and then created a white border around the edge and then what I did was I split the tabletop into thirds and I took a pencil and drew a line as a reference point. To start the herringbone design,
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