How to Raise Outdoor Coffee Table With Storage
Outdoor Coffee Table With Storage is available in all types of styles and sizes. Unfortunately, people also do. What can be perfect for someone may seem a bit too long or too short for someone else. If the coffee table is less than perfect height for you, it may be easier than you think to fix it. One of these alternative methods is sure to work for your own coffee table style.
Measure up the Outdoor Coffee Table With Storage and buy a glass table tops the same size as your table surface. Place small rubber or wood spacers or “feet” under glass on top of the table surface at the corners. These will hold the glass above the current table surface. Set glass over the table and check the new height. If necessary, use higher distances to raise the height.
Turn the Outdoor Coffee Table With Storage over and mark the center of each leg in the bottom. Drill a whole straight into each leg to a depth of at least 1 inch. Cut a plug of the appropriate size — at least ¼ inch in diameter — in four equal pieces to use as studs. Place the carpenter’s glue at the end of a stick and insert it into the hole in the leg as far as possible. Repeat the procedure for each leg. Measure the deep inner hole of one of the wood balls or end buds by inserting a small thread or holding it as far as it goes. Cut each plug pin in the table legs to that length.