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I would not weaken your legs by drilling huge two inch holes in them. Instead you could consider the leg attachment scheme as shown below. A heavy duty lag/stud bolt is screwed into the table leg. The upper inside corner of the 4x4 leg can be cut at a 45 degree angle as shown below to make it easier to drill the lag bolt into the leg. The skirt boards that ...


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Marek's answer is what I'd expect to do. Thin In order to make the result a lot thinner than 10cm, what you can do is to use thinner support wood on the walls. Since the load is vertical you don't need substantial lumber there. I would also look into reducing the thickness of your pallet wood - you are only interested in the surface appearance and it ...


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Your question is concerning two things: 1. Proper fitting (wood planks to masonry wall). 2. Proper wood treatment (anti-moisture). So that's how will my answer look like. Let's look at this. 1. Proper fitting. I would advise preparing additional support planks going vertically with - say - 1 meter space (that spacing requires additional insight on how ...



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