In this video I make a stunning Live Edge Coffee Table with a Waterfall edge, Bowtie Inlays, and an aluminum leg. I use Woodpeckers brand new flattening jig to get the slab flat, and then some basic woodworking skills to make it come to life.
You can easily spend over a thousand dollars on a live-edge focal point piece at a furniture store, or spend a few hours and a few hundred dollars doing it yourselfThis table is basically two parts- the aluminum base, and the wooden top. Watch the video by John Malecki for more info:
The tools that you need are sandpaper and a sanding block or electric sander, a drill or screwdriver, a paintbrush, and polyurethane.
Live edge or natural edge is a style of furniture where the furniture designer or craftsperson incorporates the natural edge of the wood into the design of the piece.Not only are live-edge furniture and room accents easy DIY projects, but they fit into any decorative theme.