Short Jack-Table From A Master Bed

I decided to make this short table after we change our master bed. It was more easy to cut all the pieces, unscrew, taking the nails out than to carry 5 floors down.

I cut out the four corners of the bed to use as natural circled and connected corners and screw them together. I covered all the connection points with wood-filler putty (the dark red putty). and heavily covered with matte black polish by using a sponge not a brush. Because of the thinner in the polish putty melted again mixed all of them together which was not my idea just happened and gave a very nice vintage look to wood after i rub it a few hours with sand paper.

And as a cost: i don’t know if i should consider it was free or costed brand new major bed. I also have made a hanger from the leftover woods. There are some photos of progress to hope you would like…

 
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Cutting the turned corners
Cutting the turned corners
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Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Applied wood putty to fill the empty spaces
Final view
Final view
Final view
Final view