I want to create legs for an outdoor cedar tree round table. I'd like the table top to be 18" to maybe 20" high.
How might I securely attach these legs to the tree round?
The tree round is 4' in diameter, and roughly 14" thick. So it's already 14" high. I am turning this into an outdoor table to put under a covered area. I also have four cedar logs from 8" to 12" in diameter.
I was thinking that I would cut the logs into short round legs, just striping the bark and chopping them off at 4" or 6" tall. The idea was that they that would stand on their own, I would position them appropriately and then set the tree round table top on top of these. A table.
It has since been pointed out, that if the table were to fall off its legs, even at 4" or 6", it might hurt someone.