« Old Newspapers as Art | Main

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e552ec1b3d8834016300e49c14970d

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference DIY Industrial Coffee Table:

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Carole Maher

looks wonderful....any details about the wood top? the color is great!

Priscilla Locke

The top is just from Home Depot and was originally one long 16 foot piece. They cut it down to 3 5-foot long pieces. I simply stained it with some stain I had laying around.

ChelseaHolbrook

Love the coffee table!! You have totally inspired me..how did you attach the plumbing piping to the actual wood top?

Priscilla Locke

If you look at the bottom of the table, you'll see those circular pieces. We used those same pieces right under the wood and there are holes in those flat roundy parts. We then used flat (1x12inch) brackets to secure the pieces together (x8) :)

Bianca Jmarie

I absolutely love this! I saw this on google pics your style is definitely a well refined version of all the things I try to accomplish...you're soo inspiring :) I love your blog!!!

Hushkinmug

hi! this is great, however i wanted to know what the total cost was with all of the pieces? thanks!

Priscilla Locke

The total cost of all the materials was around $150.

LokBilly

hi, can i ask where you guys got the piping?

Priscilla Locke

I got all the pipes from a local plumbing store called Hillcrest Plumbing.

Carlo Wahlstedt

How did you attach the top wooden part together?

plus.google.com/103995522790924012422

LOVE!!!! have been looking for a new dining table for 4 years this is great inspiration. thank you for sharing your project!

Ashley Wise

ok so here's my question: my hubby says black iron pipe is greasy and no matter how many times i wipe it down their will be residual dirty oil on there. have you had any trouble with this? how did you clean yours up? thanks so much for the post, i really hope to make this table!

Priscilla Locke

@Ashley, these pipes are clean as a whistle! There isn't any greasy residue on them at all. They came clean and dry with a matte finish. Hope this helps!

D

I had the same question as Ashley. I'm surprised by the lack of issue with oil and residual metal residue from the manufacturing process. I deal with black fittings all the time working at a plumbing wholesaler and those things make a mess of your hands.

Did y'all use any pipe adhesive (called "pipe dope" by plumbers) on the fittings?

Thanks for the great example, btw. Looks just like I had envisioned.

Priscilla Locke

@D I don't know why but there was no residue or oil on these pipes. Not sure if this is some kind of special pipe because we just went with the ones that had the look we like.

No "pipe dope" necessary because all the pipes have threads and screw into each other.

Matthew Friedman

Priscilla,

I love this! Is there a more specific guide anywhere that you guys found? Or any advice you can give about assembling beyond what's posted?

Nathan Morris

Priscilla, did you have to cut the 51" pipe yourself or did Hillside do it for you? I live in the area and would love to make a coffee table like this as well, however, I have never cut a pipe myself.

Renessa Ciampa

Hello, awesome table. About how much was the total cost? Thanks!

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo
join our mailing list
* indicates required