Dining table. Found the table top next to some bins on a council estate, it had been painted (very badly) and the corner was broken and missing.
Restored the broken corner using a scrap and sanded the whole thing down.
Put some new legs on it which were from wood taken from a skip (with permission).
Finished with an oak stain, rubbed on a satin varnish with a scrap of material and finished with Briwax. Sold to a friend though a post on Facebook.
Dark teak dining table, top was made from reclaimed scaffold boards from Mitchells reclamation yard in Norwich, legs made from reclaimed fence posts.
Please note I didn’t make the chairs! They are very beautiful and I was lucky to find them on eBay, apparently they were handmade from weathered driftwood and originally bought from a shop in Great Yarmouth.
Getting the dining table finish to match the chairs wasn’t easy, but with a Rustins dark teak stain and a mahogany varnish to give it a red tint was close enough for my liking. Finished with Briwax to protect the wood
Built for personal use.