As a furniture building enthusiast (is that a thing?), my eyes almost popped out of my head when I saw this epoxy waterfall table. I think I have a new cyber crush!
You’ve probably seen pictures of this effect around the internet. They’re hard not to notice.
These tables are made of a stunning combination of old, reclaimed wood and crisp, clear glass or epoxy. Often cut in organic, freeform shapes, this “river” effect looks equally at home in modern and more traditional settings.
The Real Deal Inspiration
Brad was inspired by some of tables he had seen around the web.
Greg Klassen makes and sells these gorgeous pieces of furniture (or are they art?). Fortunately for Greg, the sell for thousands of dollars each. Unfortunately for me, the price tag is going to keep me from owning one of his tables any time soon.
So, How Do I Make This Epoxy Waterfall Table?
There’s no doubt about it. Brad from Fix This Build That is amazingly talented. With slab of old cherry wood and some epoxy, he made this ultra sleek waterfall table.
He has also very kindly posted a detailed tutorial of how you can make one yourself.
A word of warning: this is not a beginners project. You definitely need some tools and space to create your own. But if you’re looking for an impressive new project, this could be the one!
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