Gilmat. Interior. September 20th , 2017.
The Earth Day is coming and it is the time for you to think about reusing, repurposing or recycling some old materials to create some new stuff. One of the inspiring stuff is rustic dining table. Indeed, commonly, this sort of table is the result of some DIY projects. There are some exemplary projects to share here to give you some ideas of building your own table than purchasing one.
One of the examples of the DIY dining table is the pedestal table. It has round table top which is made of reclaimed wood. The leg is also made of wood. Without finishing, the rustic look is well presented. The natural pattern of the wood improves the aesthetic look. Although it is a simple rounded table, it looks stunning to work with modern white chairs. This dining furniture set is suitable to complete the neutral dining room.
Another simple DIY dining table is made from oak beams. The beams are cut and structured to be a sleek rectangular table top. Then, it is supported with four legs. To make this simple table look more impressive, it is collaborated with a DIY bench and fabric upholstered banquette. Glossy finishing is applied for the table and the bench so that they are suitable to work for a modern dining room with wooden flooring and white room painting.
For a bolder and more stylish dining table in rustic style design, this unique table will be the right inspiration. The table top is structured from some small wooden planks. Then, it works with hairpin legs made of steel. The wood tone and the black legs represent an impressive look. Moreover, the edge of the table top is completed with some beads adding a traditional touch. The more interesting idea is the DIY wooden bottle rack that is set to the hairpin legs. What a nice design.
The combination of wood and steel always presents an interesting look. Another example of this combination is the Douglas Fir reclaimed table. It is built with solid wood top and wood legs with black painted steel diagonal lines on the legs. Lighter wood is for the top and darker wood is for the legs. Not only applied for the table, this concept design is also applied for the bench. Completing this rustic dining table, there are four wooden chairs and a single bench. For the decoration, vase with flowers added on the table is perfect.
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