For this dining table, a plywood board was used for the tabletop, while two large cardboard cylinders of 25 cm diameter were used as legs for the table. After lining out the wanted shape of the tabletop with a pencil, the plywood board was cut into an organic shape using a jigsaw. To soften up the edges they were sanded by hand, making them nice and smooth. This user found that the perfect height for her table was going to be 74cm and the best thing about making things yourself is that you can give them exactly the dimensions you prefer. The cylinders were then attached to the underside of the plywood board with angle brackets, placed on the inside of the cylinders, to make them as invisible as possible. Then the table was ready for the fun part - KABRIC! TIP:
Apply a primer to your table before beginning the application of KABRIC. That way you ensure the best adhesion possible and that any wood knots or discolouration of the plywood will not show through. KABRIC is available for purchase here.