I just had to buy one in hopes that I could find a use for it. I knew it would be the perfect table top so I set out to find some table legs and stumbled upon hairpin steel table legs.
I am all for easy D.I.Y. projects. This project required no measuring as the back of the paver has a grid of lines that makes it easy to get the legs even. I simply placed the paver upside down and used my trusty Selleys Hold Up Construction Adhesive to secure all four legs to the paver.
I then waited 24 hours for the glue to set before turning the table over to see the finished result.
Tools and materials
1 Tuscan Path 600 x 600 x 20mm Marble Porcelain Paver
4 Taskmaster 400 x 10mm Hairpin Steel Table Legs
Selleys Hold Up Construction Adhesive.
Total cost was approximately $85.
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Samantha repurposed round chopping boards and the terrazzo top from an outdoor table to create this side table. She covered the base with Tasmanian Oak half round dowels.