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River table “Lava cast”

Red color fits really well with white woods. But to make this new « river table », a flaming red color was needed. And what more flamboyant that a lava cast ? Colors are from metalic pigments, casted in epoxy resin (eco-friendly). The colors are various in order to create a « lava cast » whose move look as natural as possible.

Then board of this river table is made with Elm, a particulary beautiful wood with shimmering and warm colors. The natural wood drawings are winding and offer unique shadings.

To go allong with this atypical board, I wanted to create a base just as atypical. Leave the strait legs for a change, to make some all curved. These legs have been cut directly in the wood. 

This river table offer two point of view. First, take a step back and look at the global design with this round base. Second, with the nose on the board, observe the multiple shades of colors from the « lava cast » and the drawings wood.

Table basse « coulée de lave »

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Lava river resin table

This beautiful end table is 18″ tall x 23″ long x 22″ wide, and it is also made with a solid dark walnut slab. The legs are sturdy black hairpin legs for a more modern design, and the tabletop is polished with a high gloss Osmo Polyx oil finish. This can be a perfect centerpiece or side table piece for any living room or bedroom.

Weight10432.6 g
Dimensions58.42 × 55.88 × 45.72 cm

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CRAZY Epoxy Lava Table Build

If the stay at home orders in Pittsburgh have given me anything (other than a few extra pounds from great home-cooked meals and Netflix binges), it’s extra time to tackle some awesome DIY epoxy projects that have been floating around in my noggin’ for some time.

Among these ingenious (sometimes concerning and bizarre) ideas was this epoxy lava table that I finally had a chance to tackle. Made with a volcano base and designed to look like hot lava spewing all over the place, this thing turned out awesome. Check it out and try it out for yourself!

Epoxy Lava Table

Project Overview

How to Make and Epoxy Lava Table

john malecki mixing orange epoxy
  1. Make your form
  2. Mix & pour epoxy
  3. Flatten and shape top
  4. Shape the shaft
  5. Build the base
  6. Add your LEDs
  7. Build-up & Finish

What You’ll Need

wooden volcano table base

Tools

Materials

  • Epoxy
  • Trash cans
  • Wood blocks
  • CA glue & activator
  • LED lights
  • Finish

How to Make an Epoxy Lava Table: The Step-by-Step

Make your form

trash can epoxy mold

To get started, you’ll want to make the form for your epoxy. I started with a homemade melamine form, but quickly realized it wasn’t going to work for a project like this. Instead, I opted for some double trashcan action, which I cut down using a razor blade (carefully, of course).

I layered these over top on another to make kind of a bowl/skirted shape with the epoxy. Be sure to clean the inside of your cans with alcohol before use so that your epoxy doesn’t pick up any imperfections.

You will also want to make a rectangular mold for your table shaft. I added a pole on the inside of mine so that I could string LED lights through it.

Mix & pour epoxy

john malecki pours orange epoxy

Once you have your mold cut, it’s time to mix up and pour your epoxy. To keep your inner trashcan from floating, you’re going to want to weight it down with some type of heavy roof-like contraption like a metal sheet while the whole thing solidifies. Once you add this, fill your mold to the top and wait 4-6 days (or whatever your epoxy instructs) for it to solidify.

Flatten and shape top

epoxy flattening jig

Once solid, remove your epoxy from the molds. Start by flattening the top with a router jig so that it can be used as a table. Next, rough-cut the shape of your lava drip with a jigsaw. I left a good margin on mine so that when I move in with my die grinder I have more control over the shape and depth and had a little margin of error.

Shape the shaft

spinning epoxy lava table shaft

Once you shape the top, it’s time to move on to the shaft. Not only do you want to design a shaft that looks like a volcanic eruption, but it needs to be a strong base and a place for mounting the top. I shaped this on a spinner to get the perfect look and used the perfect size Forstner bit to cut out a place on the top to secure the shaft into place.

Build the base

spraying activator on wooden blocks

Once you’ve made the table shaft, you want to built the volcanic mountain base around the bottom of it. I did this with some pine blocks I had lying around. Build this up by gluing up two sides and cutting a recess for the base of the shaft. Once cut, temporarily glue the two sides together with CA glue and activator, angle-grinding it down to a cone shape.

I then used my torch to char the outside of the volcano — and, as recommended by Brad Rodriguez, carved away some of the char for a more natural, gradient look.

Add your LEDs

adding LEDs to epoxy lava table shaft

Next, it’s time to add your LEDs to the shaft and top. Start by hammering out the metal rod you added to the shaft. String your LEDs through the shaft to the bottom of the top, securing them as you see fit.

Build-up & Finish

Epoxy drips on a volcano table

Finally, it’s time to put it all together! Break apart your volcano base and secure it around the shaft. Secure the top onto the shaft with some 5-minute epoxy, and finish it all with a spray finish of your choice.

Thanks for checking out this project! If you liked it, be sure to check out some of my other recent projects:

Download the Plan

Want to try this build out for yourself? Download the digital plan now for step-by-step instructions, measurements, and a detailed look at how to punch this project in the face.

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