How To Create Drum End Table – Conversion of an old drum and transform it into something useful and new to accomplish a rewarding task. Drums come in different sizes and shapes, from the wide bass drum marching bands common in the tall, narrow conga in Latin music. Turning old drums in side tables, nightstands and coffee tables can add a musical theme for a room.
Instructions to create drum end table, Measure the diameter of the drum head over the center, at the widest point. Choose between wood, clear acrylic and glass for the table. Clear acrylic glass and you can see the drum underneath, while wood covers the drum head, but still leaves the underside visible as a staple of the table.
Next steps to create drum end table, draw a round shape with a diameter of at least six centimeters wider than the drum head on the tabletop material of choice. Use a jigsaw or scroll saw a wooden form and shed cutting off the edges. Using a power saw with a special blade for acrylic to cut this material. Buy a pre-cut piece of glass on the table, unless you are very proficient in glass cutting. Place the drum where the table will be located and lay the table in the center. Decorate the table with a tablecloth, accessories or any objects.