What you need: -Cross Section of Wood -Saw -Orbit Sander -Spray Polyurethane -Drill -Felt -Hot Glue Gun -Rope -Toggle Lock – that will fit your eye screw -Eye Screw -S-Hook How to make it: -Cut a flat side in your wood – this will be the side that rests against the wall. -Sand your cross cut down into a smooth surface. -Drill three holes (the width of your rope) on your piece of wood. One centered in the back and the other two, equal distance from the first, towards the front of the wood. -Coat the wood in a few coats of polyurethane. Let it dry in between coats. -Cut a piece of felt slightly smaller than the edge that will rest against the wall and hot glue it in place. This will help prevent scratching up you wall but you can skip this step if you want! -Lace your rope through the holes. I started at the left side tied a loose knot at one end of the rope and threaded the other end up through the hole. Leave enough rope to reach up to the height you want the table to hang at and back
An adaptation of traditional wooden lacquer trays, this alien looking table is multifunctional and comes in a knock down form. The legs detach for ease of transport, reducing the cost and the energy spent on transporting material from various parts of the world, and additionally, allow the table to be used as a bowl or a tray as well.
All James Houston Design limited editions are printed to order on 100% Epson Exhibition Inkjet Fiber Gloss paper with archival Epson inkjet pigments and are hand cut to size. All of our printing and framing is done right here in the USA using environmentally friendly materials. All prints are printed with a minimum border of 0.5 inches to allow for matting and framing.