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Giving New Life to Old Wood by repurposing bowling alleys, boxcar floors, bleacher wood, gym floors and more, into furniture and tables with a story.
A section of bowling alley turned into a functional, beautify and conversation-starting piece of furniture.
A table made from a repurposed bowling alley. These legs make the table 34" tall, perfect for a dining room or conference table.
Here's a look at a finished repurposed bowling alley table made by New Life Woodworking out of Rochester, NY. Keep scrolling to learn more about the making of this table.
Dots, arrows, finger sections and pin decks in salvaged bowling alley sections are highly sought after because they are more rare than regular sections.
To remove the varnish from a repurposed bowling alley section, you could use a belt sander, paint stripper or even a beat up hand plane.
A look from above at the dots in a repurposed and salvaged bowling alley section that was taken from a polish center in Rochester, New York.
This table measured 95 inches long, by 44 inches wide after all was said and done. This table would be perfect for a dining room table, a table in a bar, restaurant, eatery, podcasting studio or business.
Glue and screws were used to keep the maple trim on the sides of this bowling alley section, along with 52" pipe clamps
Maple trim was used to trim out this reclaimed bowling alley section along with walnut plugs to accent the fastners used.
A perfect Mitre Joint that is trimming out the edges of a custom made bowling alley table. What kind of trim would you like on your table?
Routing an edge in the Maple mounding surrounding a repurposed Bowling Alley Table. The trim material and routed edge is 100% customizable for your table.