I have been building these recycled steel coffee tables for close to 10 years now and this is just the second hunter green color I have found. The top of this coffee table came from the hood off of a 1972 Chevrolet pickup truck. There are very unique markings within the paint that we just cleanup up and clear coated with POR15 2K Urethane clear coat. After the clear coat cured for a couple of days, we sanded, buffed and polished the surface to a high gloss shine.
Underneath the top is a TIG welded subframe made from 14 gauge 2″x2″ square tubing and legs made from 1″x3″ tubing of the same thickness. An acid based stain was rubbed over the surface of the tubing to alter the color of the legs to better coordinate with the naturally occurring patina found on the 40+ year old table top. This color combination would be perfect in a more traditional home with less emphasis on an industrial or contemporary look.
This coffee table will be for sale on the show room of our Canadian retailer LOCALE Contract/Holsag Canada. You can visit their website for more information about availability of this and other Weld House pieces. http://www.localecontract.com/