Around the XIII century BC the Celts in communities across northern Europe developed wooden barrels to transport food across Europe. Today, wooden wine barrel table is used almost exclusively for the production of wine and alcoholic beverages with flavorings. With its shape is cylindrical and made of white oak which gives complexity to the flavor of wine, barrels of 59 gallons (223.34 l) Bordeaux style are used around the United States to store wine. With a little work and creativity, these barrels can become chairs and tables to add an unusual and interesting touch to studies and recreation room into your home.
Select two barrels of used 59 gallons (223.34 l) wine, as they are less expensive than new, and choose ones that are in good condition. Used one for the table and the other for a chair. Take a sponge or cloth and wash the interior and exterior of the wine barrel table with warm soapy water. Allows barrels dry completely. Remove the rivets are used to hold the staves secured with a tool to remove rivets. Slide out the barrel staves and neglects rivets and staves. It measures 5 inches (12.7 cm) from the bottom of the first barrel with tape and place a mark at this point with the permanent marker.