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DIY Lift Top Coffee Table using reclaimed pallet wood with epoxy inlay – How to Make It



How to make a lift top coffee table using reclaimed pallet wood with epoxy inlay. This coffee table also has two small openings where you can store your remotes for ease of access.

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Materials I used:

-Coffee Table Lift Hinge –
-Total Boat Epoxy – See Code above for 20% off your purchase
-Pallet wood
-3/4″ Plywood
-1/4″ Plywood
-2X4 Pine
-Tite Bond 2 wood glue
-Wood filler
-Minwax Waterbased Polycrylic
-White Paint

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Music:
Lior Seker – First Adventure – First Adventure
A-GROUP – Verve
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  1. Bottom shelf is a keeper. We may have differing opinions of what to dress it with, but I like its simplicity and added storage. Great video. Great looking table.

  2. Love this project! I would include the bottom shelf, but it would not be white. None of the coffee table would be white. The entire coffee table would match the top, or I would paint the white sections an espresso brown to match the decor of my living room.

  3. Another awesome project 👏🏻! I'd definitely add the bottom shelf. Makes sense for more "storage". Maybe add wicker baskets OR better yet…. cute crates made out of pallets 👌🏻

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