Reclaimed Pallet Wood Coffee Table
After scouring my pictures, I can’t believe I didn’t take one single picture of the round clock coffee table I found at a thrift store not too long ago. Here is what the coffee table looked like before with a round glass top over a battery operated clock. It was in pretty good condition other than the clock face had an overlay and was lifting. I really did like it, however, with some of the changes in the family room and when it came to decorating the top of the coffee table the clock seemed a bit useless.
With the changes in the family room and keeping it with a little rustic charm we decided to remove the clock pieces and create a reclaimed pallet insert
After removing the battery clock parts, pieces of the pallet wood was cut in lengths to cover the entire round piece. They were laid out on the original clock face piece. Using a Pneumatic staple gun the pieces were stapled in place.
The entire piece was flipped over
Once all the pieces of the wood was cut the edges were sanded.
I just love all the different colors in the pieces of wood, so we decided to keep it as is.
I recently shared a couple of centerpieces and this is one of them. I found this beautiful blue glass platter with clear leaves recently adding it to the table to hold the centerpiece and woven baskets.
I really did like the idea of the clock…. so I have been pondering over of the idea of adding it back into this “new” reclaimed pallet wood insert…What do you think? Yes or no? or maybe paint a faux clock on it? What would you do? Leave it as is? Paint the faux clock or add back the clock?
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