DIY Coffee Table with a Concrete Top

Full instructions for this DIY Concrete Coffee Table are coming soon to HomeMade-Modern.com
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Sunny Skies says:

hello so I’ve had the idea of a concrete headboard for about 3 ish years now and I cant find a tutorial or on being sold anywhere. I have zero clue as to how I could go about to make one at home so please please please make a video on how to build a concrete headboard.

DZdiode says:

whore bital sander.

hasan is better than you says:

anyone know what the backround song for this video is?

Josh Herzberger says:

Great project and design Ben!! Did you consider a different stain by any chance? I think a deep chalky-crimson or Burgundy would look awesome and contrast?

Nikos Karavas says:

very nice!!!

Agr414 says:

Worst shinner ever.

Vilma Valančiūnaitė says:

such a beautiful table! you are very talented

Eric Lopez says:

Scott Joplin?

Rudyard Kipling says:

Yah, too many ungettable materials.

KuBiX says:

But then 2 weeks later you see a dent in the floor. A month goes by. The ceiling is caving in. You go on vacation. When you get back, you wonder why there is a giant fucking hole in the ceiling and floor. lol.

Andrew Crean says:

You guys should do a Ryobi give away! I’d love to have a chance to get started with wood projects like that.

Ted Lesch says:

quik question for a youtuber: do u make videos for your subscribers or for and individual looking for a how to of a certain project?

Facebook STATUS says:

Wow, nice… beautiful actually!!!!

Alpha Nerd says:

my god man. Using a jig saw on 2 inch wood is torture. It is slow as shit and you break blades SOO often.

Get Square w/ Tom Jolley says:

I took a look for the detail instructions and materials list on your web site, but he latest project that was put on the site was 12/21/16.

iderpalot says:

hey ben, cool video, sleek and simple design.
i was wondering wether there are options for working with concrete, without the need for excessive ammounts of glue/silicone, and other chemical wastes. Working with concrete leads to to much waste, i find. i wish there were some multiuse molds that eliminate the need for waste material, or better ways of recycling the silicon

Kalina Silva says:

Love ♡

Riker Billings says:

The part with making the concrete top is exactly the same as the Wine Bar video clips with making the top. Did you just use the same top from the wine bar, as the top of the coffee table? Looks fantastic either way, just curious.

ktarnik says:

Dude, when you have doubt about structural strength of some of your projects, you should ask a structural engineer.

Anrious says:

best channel was i found! <3 Love you guys! 😀

Skully Wood & Metal says:

Great design, it could make a nice bench also.

AnotherPointofView says:

One day your floor is gonna break from trying to hold all that concrete that goes into your projects! 😉

arispetr says:

You need better light for the videos!
Everything you make is great!

Christopher Forsberg says:

Great video as always!
I don’t know if you’ve already covered this but I think that you could do a video about how to actually use rebar in concrete. Alot of people just place it in there without any thought whatsoever about its mechanical properties, check out the excellant “Concrete Countertops: How reinforcing works” on youtube to understand what I mean.

Charlie Ryder says:

I love your design. I’ve within the last two years started masonry work and concrete. just a tip to get the bubbles of air out of the bottom(when pouring) and top (during installation of the hardware. while the concrete is still playable and wet, use a framing hammer and tap the sides of the form lightly. the vibrations will force the concrete to settle from the bottom up and push the bubbles of air out of the slab.

Von Thompson Tinker says:

super inspiring, that would make a great table for the porch here in the rainy northwest…

Mr.zubochistka says:

Это изумительно! Молодец 🙂

you and i are like my buttcheeks after all the shit that goes between us we always get back together says:

i want to see the house of this guy, need a tourhouse video
it probably looks like heaven

John Gomez says:

I’m thinking I’ll stain the wood base a dark burgundy color to get a nice contrast with the concrete. 🙂

Michael Scofield says:

First hot glue usage @ 1:42

traderz13 says:

Did you treat the concrete with anything to prevent staining/make waterproof? If so what?

Joe Robinson says:

Very cool!

SpaceNavy90 says:

Why in the world would anyone use concrete? Hard to use, messy, expensive, heavy, uncomfortable… Terrible video.

Charlie Ryder says:

I love your design. I’ve within the last two years started masonry work and concrete. just a tip to get the bubbles of air out of the bottom(when pouring) and top (during installation of the hardware. while the concrete is still playable and wet, use a framing hammer and tap the sides of the form lightly. the vibrations will force the concrete to settle from the bottom up and push the bubbles of air out of the slab.

Kyle Keogh says:

The part where he was making the top itself used he exact same footage as when he was making the top for the wine bar.

Angelo Scacciavillani says:

Nice video! Since you use concrete a lot and you always need to get rid of the air bubbles to get a nice finish, have you ever thought of creating/buying a specific tool to do so?

cvjss2 says:

That is awesome as always!

christianhallin says:

Always wondered why you dont have any trim between the floor and the wall in your apartment/house.

Edward Ramkissoon says:

+HomeMadeModern So I discovered your channel yesterday, while I was looking for some fun DIY projects to do in my free time at home. I haven’t bought any power tools yet, but I know the first thing I’m going to get is an Orbital Sander since I have an old hardwood door that I would like to restore. I noticed that most of the tools that you’re using are Ryobi, and I was wondering why you chose that over other brands? I’m not sure if this was explained in an earlier video, but I’ll definitely be going through each.

Thanks in advance, and keep up the awesome work!

FZRO インフェルノ says:

Lol you droop that you fucked or might cut your toe

Joseph Hall says:

Love your videos, keep up the great work and ideas.

kakasibatosi says:

Any plans to fill the air holes with something like epoxy? I bet glow epoxy would look cool.

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