DIY Modern Live Edge Waterfall Coffee Table
I bought some boards from an Austin sawmill and made a Live Edge Waterfall coffee table.
It is called the Cachoeira Center Table because you cut apart and it becomes a leg.
But do this in a miter so that the grain is continuous from the top to the leg.
The first step in the process is to fill the many cracks in the board with epoxy.
I turned the slab first, using masking tape to cover up all the cracks and holes that I could see.
So when you start pouring epoxy, of course, it won't fall backward.
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Source: April Wilkerson
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Images and project courtesy of April Wilkerson