There are so many great things to say about these tables, it's hard to know where to begin. First of all, they're so unique that they make great conversation pieces; they are super sturdy – don't worry about putting your feet up; they cost little money to make and were very easy to put together.
(2) salvaged metal office chair bases
(2) circular slices of wood (about 3 inches thick)
palm sander with 80-grit and 120-grit paper
drill with screws and washers
Scour resale shops, salvage yards and flea markets for old chairs or chair bases. You may have to buy the whole chair and just remove the top. For the wood, try a lumber yard or ask someone selling firewood, they might be able to get you the raw wood.
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