Here you can see just how 'sturdy' this table is. Don't be afraid to sit on it!
A closer look at my 'aging' process done to the sheet metal.
Here you can see I added a decorative corner piece to hide my seams on the tin. I think it compliments the look of the reclaimed style I was going for. You can also see how I left the hardware from the 6 x 6 on the legs of the table. I think about all the stories the old stuff could tell if only it could talk. Yes, I talk to myself too. :)
JUST FOR FUN TABLE!
In case you haven't figured it out yet, I love horses and am blessed to have 4 of them on the farm here. Some time ago, I made a coffee table similar to this one (will try and get a picture on here of it). I had the legs of this table done for a couple of years and they were just sitting in the barn, waiting for the right top. So this winter (thank goodness it has been so beatiful out this year) I threw this top together and think it would make a great entry-way table. Or if you wanted to get a piece of glass cut to fit the top, it would make a nice small table for two. I know if I was to make my husband eat at this table, he would prefer a tractor picture in the top instead of the 'hay-burners' as he like to call them! Now, my girls and I, we can appreciate a table like this!