World Market Coffee Table, This may be my preferred piece I've built therefore far. It is really something for my very own home, so I may become somewhat biased, some love went into this desk. I've been drooling more than the "Aiden" table through World Market for pretty a while, and $289. 99 for a coffee table isn't a negative price, but I may do better. There was simply a couple things I failed to like about it. 1st, although the top is usually "made from real manga wood" it is merely the thin veneer. I would certainly finish up tweaking the particular color of the solid wood anyways (a bit too bright for me). Likewise, a few of the reviews I go through mentioned the casters falling off and I really needed the look of over-sized casters.
I've been needing to practice my welding since my first welding lessons, so I finally decided to give this particular coffee table a photo. World Market Coffee Table, The construction than it had been actually pretty simple. I actually started by building two frames (42" x 28") from 1 ) 25" broad, 1/8" thick angle flat iron. I used a slice saw (different from a miter saw) to miter the corners. Then i applied a MIG welder in order to run a bead of weld across the leading and out of doors seams.