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Incredible Resin Tables Made To Look Like Ocean Waves Washing Up On ShoreEnlarge Image

If you just love the ocean, and need to have that feeling of waves crashing onto shore even when you're at home, chances are you've already checked out the glass vases that look like an ocean wave which we featured a while back. Well, now there's a table that is made in the same fashion. It's an incredibly designed resin table that's made to look like waves are washing up onto shore on a beach. It's amazingly colorful, and is sure to be a huge statement piece no matter where you put it or what you use it for.

The unique ocean wave wooden tables are made in tandem with artist and graphic designer Rivka Wilkins, along with woodworker Jared Davis. With Rivka designing the ocean waves aspect of the table, and Jared creating the wood structure of the table, they end up being sold on their Etsy store WoodWorksByJared.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Created using a beautiful slab of walnut wood, with sturdy metal legs, along with epoxy and resin to create the incredible ocean waves, the unique table features a live edge slab of wood to give it even more of a natural look to it that blends nature and art together in one beautiful table top.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

The unique ocean waves coffee table measures 48 inches long x 24 inches wide, with the legs attached the table measures 18 inches tall, but if you'd rather use it as a desk rather than a coffee table, chances are you could just replace the legs with taller ones.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Each ocean waves coffee table is handmade and made to order, so each one might measure slightly different given that the table is made using a live wooden slab. Also, parts of the table will have different widths because of the live wooden slab aspect.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Once the ocean waves table is completed, it's finished with an all natural hardwax oil that maes the table-top extremely durable, and perfectly compliments the glossy waves by leaving a low gloss natural finish to the live edge.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

"I stumbled upon fluid art, which led to resin. I love this form of art because it forces me to let go of control. I constantly find inspiration in the world around me but especially in space, the sky and the flow of water."

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

It just seems like a supernatural pairing of two things that we find in nature. Although the resin isn’t actual water, Rivka creates the effect better than almost anybody. So seeing those waves follow the natural curves of the live edge slab which mimic the natural curves of a shoreline is truly unique.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Check out an example of how the ocean waves of the table are made from resin and epoxy in action via the video below.

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

Wooden Slab Table With Ocean Waves Washing Onto Shore - Incredible design resin ocean waves coffee table

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How To Make an Epoxy Ocean Table (FULL GUIDE)

In this tutorial, I show you how to make an epoxy ocean table using live edge wood. Learn to embed beach sand dollars in resin, mix epoxy glow in the dark powder, and more.

Even if you don’t need an epoxy ocean table, the techniques covered in this project can be used for other epoxy resin projects.

Tools & Materials

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Full Video Tutorial

There are several things which are difficult to fully explain with words and images, so be sure to check out the video tutorial below!

Epoxy Resin Ocean Table DIY Plans

Download the step by step instructions and learn how to make an epoxy ocean table with these DIY digital plans.

Introduction

Some of the skills you will learn in this epoxy ocean table tutorial are:

  • Embedding real beach sand and shells in resin
  • Pour resin over sand
  • Color resin with transparent dye
  • Mix epoxy glow in the dark powder with resin
  • Use live edge wood for river table

This epoxy resin ocean table top has many features which make it truly one of a kind.

First, I specifically made this table to resemble the beaches in my hometown of Destin, Florida.

Additionally, the coastal themed ocean table is made with live edge cypress wood with a light tone and rests on custom made hairpin legs.

Furthermore, the cypress wood leads down to an epoxy resin ocean that runs through the length of the table.

Epoxy glow in the dark powder makes up the ocean bottom.

When the lights are off, the glowing epoxy ocean table bottom shines through real sand and sand dollars.

This table can be used as an ocean coffee table, computer desk, entryway table, couch table, or accent table.

The table dimensions are 45” x 19.75” x 30″ x 2”. (Length x Width x Height (floor to top of table) x Thickness).

Ocean Table Project Checklist

First, I begin all of my projects with a checklist.

In other words, I list the individual steps from start to finish.

This helps me not only define a timeline, but it also helps me gather the necessary tools and materials for each step.

Gathering Materials

Gathering materials seems simple and a natural thing to do.

However, I often overlook these simple things and make the project much harder.

In this tutorial, you don’t need to worry about project planning because I do it for you.

Ultimately, I encourage you to properly plan your project when and if you decide to complete a project solo.

Reclaimed Live Edge Wood

Conveniently, I have a locally owned Cypress sawmill not too far from where I live.

During one of my visits to pickup cypress for a different project, he gave me this piece cypress.

He planned to throw it away as it was damaged and couldn’t be resawed to dimensional lumber.

Also, I liked the light color, grain pattern, and the fact I could build a really awesome beach themed table.

Mill Wood

To achieve great results with any woodworking project, I believe it is vital to use wood with straight sides, square ends, and a flat surface.

Moreover, it reduces frustration and makes the project so much easier.

Additionally, I realize not everyone has the tools to accomplish this step.

Keep in mind, I explain these alternatives at length in my digital plans for this epoxy resin beach table.

Cutoff End with Japanese Saw

First, I used my Japanese hand saw to cut off the end of the Cypress.

Ultimately, the live edge cypress did not have a straight side to rest against my miter saw fence.

Consequently, it was unsafe to cut with anything but a hand saw.

First, I used my festool track saw to rip the wood down the middle with 2 passes rather than all at once.

Again, the wood did not have a straight side so the table saw was not an option.

Additionally, I find myself using my table saw less and less for irregular shaped wood now that I have this Festool track saw.

Flat Surface

Next, I ran the live edge cypress wood through my surface planer to get each side flat.

Luckily, the cypress had one flat face even though it still needed to be sanded.

So, I was able to get the other face flat by referencing the face which was already flat.

Square Ends

Afterwards, I used my miter saw to cut one end of the wood at 48″.

Next, I flipped the wood over and cut the other side at 45″.

Remember, one side of the wood has a live edge which cannot be placed against the fence of the miter saw.

So, I had to rotate the the wood and flip it to ensure the flat side stayed against the fence.

Clean Live Edge Wood

First, I used my Festool RO125 sander to clean up the live edge side of the cypress.

Next, I used my wood carving tools to remove the loose debris for 2 shallow wood cavities.

Also, I vacuumed the cavities to make certain they were clean.

Prepare Resin Mold

First, I used a thin piece (1/8″) of dry erase board large enough to fit the live edge river glow table.

I presume this is melamine, but not entirely sure.

Next, I wiped furniture wax on the surface to ensure the resin would not adhere to it.

Furthermore, I’ve heard vaseline works just as well as furniture wax.

Then, I placed the wood on the melamine with the live edge facing inwards.

Using my combination square, I made sure each piece of wood was pushed in 3″ from the melamine.

Ultimately, this step saved me an additional step later in the project of squaring the sides of the table.

Since each side was cut with my track saw, I knew they were perfectly straight.

In turn, no need to get them straight again.

Then, I used a scrap piece of wood with F-clamps to secure the wood to the melamine.

Next, I used silicone caulk to seal the inside of the live edge river to prevent resin from seeping through.

Also, hot glue works just as well as silicone.

Resin Mold Ends

After I finished securing and sealing the river table sides, it was time to complete the mold by adding the two ends.

First, I cut 2 pieces of scrap wood slightly larger than the width of the river.

Then, I covered them with packing tape and wax.

Additionally, the exact length doesn’t matter as long as it is wider than the river.

Next, I used my brad nailer with 18 gauge 1.5″ brad nails to secure them.

Furthermore, I used brad nails because they are quick and the holes are easy to cover up when nailed into end grain.

Also, Hot glue is a good alternative to brad nails.

Then, I sealed each end with silicone to prevent the resin from leaking.

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Ocean Resin Coffee Table | Beach Look Art Side Table | Statement Table

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47.5 x 48 x 48 cm
18.7 x 18.9 x 18.9 inches

Ocean Wave Inspired Resin Art Coffee Table Perfect Addition For Anyone's Lounge Room

I have recreated a moody beach scene through using epoxy resin and dying it with potent inks (deep blue, turquoise, white and copper).

This is a completely unique, one-of-a-kind product that will become an eye-catching component of anyone's home. Sure to be a topic of conversation and guaranteed to be admired for its lifetime, these photos do not do this piece justice (trust me).

|| RESIN ||
- Heavy duty
- Waterproofing agent
- Similar aesthetics to glass, however, is a lot stronger

|| CARE INSTRUCTIONS ||
- Clean in the same way you would glass products
- Can withstand heat, however, coasters are recommended

We suggest it be used for indoor use only, however, if you have a well-protected outdoor location that will also be fine

|| MATERIALS ||
Epoxy resin, cork, metal brackets, wooden legs

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HOW TO -- Make an Ocean Table

These Stunning Resin Tables Look Like Ocean Waves Washing Up On Shore

Have you ever found yourself wishing you were at the beach while lounging at home after a long day at work? If so, you’re not alone. It’s a sad reality that most of us live too far away from the beach to fulfill this longing on a whim. As luck would have it, two creatives got together. And the result of their collaboration is the absolutely mesmerizing ocean waves resin table and bench set!

 Jared Davis and Rivka Wilkins are the artists behind this mesmerizing table. Davis does woodwork, while Wilkins employs a unique resin technique to capture the spirit of the crashing ocean waves. According to Davis, he approached Wilkins for a collaboration after stumbling upon her work on Instagram. The woodworker was kind enough to recount how their partnership came to be:

“She seemed totally genuine and actually our first collaboration was a giveaway for my 40k follower mark. I had her do resin waves on that first bench and we gave it away. It went so well that we decided to be partners and start building more of them!”

table resembles a slice of ocean and beach

 

ocean wave resin table

 

Davis and Wilkins work together to create the ocean waves resin table

To create their masterpiece, Davis selects a live edge slab. He then cuts and sands the slab to length before shipping it to Rivka. Once she receives it, Rivka then works her resin magic on the slab. With her masterful resin layering technique, the waves form on top of the slab. When the wavy slab returns in his workshop, he finishes off the piece by sanding the top of the slab (that’s not covered by waves, of course). Finally, when he’s done measuring and ordering the table’s legs, he assembles it all together.

wooden table with crashing wave resin desing

 

wooden table with crashing wave resin design and flat iron legs

 

rivka wilkins ocean wave resin design on wooden table

 

“It just seems like a supernatural pairing of two things that we find in nature. Although the resin isn’t actual water, Rivka creates the effect better than almost anybody. So seeing those waves follow the natural curves of the live edge slab which mimic the natural curves of a shoreline is truly unique.”

rivka wilkins ocean wave resin design on wooden table

 

resin waves on wooden table

 

realistic sea foam effect on wooden table

 

ocean waves resin table birds eyeview

 

Both artists have a colorful background

Israel-born, Utah-based Wilkins says that living all over the world has exposed her to many forms of art. A decade ago, she became a graphic artist. However, she refused to stay in one lane and decided to explore what else she could do.

“I always want to be pushing myself, and to discover new and exciting things. I still travel and hope to never stop experiencing the world,” Wilkins wrote.

ocean waves resin table birds eyeview

 

ocean wave resin table lengthwise view

 

live edge wood furniture with ocean wave resin design

 

layered resin resembles ocean waves crashing on a beach

 

“I stumbled upon fluid art, which led to resin. I love this form of art because it forces me to let go of control. I constantly find inspiration in the world around me but especially in space, the sky and the flow of water.”

layered resin resembles ocean waves crashing on a beach

 

jared davis woodworks and rivka wilkins resin art

On the part of Davis, he shared that his woodwork background stems from the time he spent with his dad as a child. Jared was always involved in some type of woodwork, since his dad had a construction business. Later, he used the skills he’d picked up to pay his way through engineering school.

 

We can’t get enough of this ocean-inspired table

deep blue ocean hues and white sea foam details

 

angular shot of the ocean-inspired wooden table

 

a strip of natural wood is left to resemble the beach on this table

Is it just me or did their ocean wave resin table just give us the chillest of vibes ever? So if you currently have some extra cash lying around, head on over to Jared’s Etsy shop and get the last three remaining ocean wave tables available! Follow him on Instagram to stay updated about any upcoming ocean-inspired collaborations. Suprisingly, Rivka currently has no items listed in her Etsy shop. But we highly recommend following her shop or her Instagram for updates! She adds her magic resin touch onto almost anything. The table’s a certified must-have for any beach bums out there!

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Beach table epoxy

Epoxy Beach Tables - Ocean Table - Epoxy Resin Tables

Marine miniatures epoxy resin table is meticulously crafted, delicate, like a vivid and beautiful picture. Everything is perfect with the natural winding hills, lush green trees, the group of swimmers frolicking on the long smooth sand with gentle and gentle waves, far away are boats. fish in tandem, ... The entire bustling, playful sea corner is covered in beautiful, glossy epoxy resin, creating a surprisingly luxurious and natural look, ...

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Marine miniatures epoxy resin table is meticulously crafted, delicate, like a vivid and beautiful picture. Everything is perfect with the natural winding hills, lush green trees, the group of swimmers frolicking on the long smooth sand with gentle and gentle waves, far away are boats. fish in tandem, ... The entire bustling, playful sea corner is covered in beautiful, glossy epoxy resin, creating a surprisingly luxurious and natural look, ...

The epoxy ocean table is completely handcrafted from the creative hands of experienced artisans, highly skilled in shaping, art and enthusiastic to the profession. The mini-scene epoxy table is a work that is not only usable but also meets the aesthetic elements and displays high artistic value.

Beach resin table combines model - miniatures - diorama with epoxy, using simple but artistic elements: cement, sand, hay, person - model tree, and harmonious color mixing , subtle, ... brings the breath of the sea back into your home. It can be seen that the mini-table form, the epoxy combination model is more and more popularly applied as a trend of the times, widely used in the modern interior decoration art.

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DIY Epoxy Table - Step By Step Guide - Part 2

How to have a personal beach inside a table

Ever wanted a personal beach How about inside the table with a chunk of wood as our island, we layer up sand and epoxy resin to create the sea floor with the blue tint for our ocean, pouring it around the edges to make it look like the water gets deeper, then sprinkling powder for the sand and add sun bathers. I wish that was me right now. It's the little details that make it look like a real beach scene like palm trees and tourists. We build up thin resin to look like actual water and add white highlights for the waves. Using a blow torch creates real ripples. Guys don't stand too close The torch dries the resin, letting us add more layers and more detail like bigger waves in the deeper water. This is making me wish I could go for a swim right now. Oh cool. See how the resin has dried with the lumps for waves and we can top them with white paint. I know this looks pretty much finished already right. Nope. We can make this look much more like a real beach. If this was your personal beach, you'd want to be perfect. Wouldn't you so let's get that out. Looking more energized by thickening up our darker resin, we can create more texture like real water looks great guys. How about some more details? let's get this boat floating and give it some ripples. The little touches on the boat are amazing. Look at it. putting along after a hard day. gentle touches with the brush are key to make foamy waves. Oh, and there's someone swimming. No fair. Wow. see what I mean about the water. The ocean looks pretty real. To me, let's finish with some more texture on the ocean and then pour our see-through resin to cover everything. Tidal wave a very slow tidal wave. Oh jeez fire. Okay. I'm tom. So we've covered the whole scene in resin. Now we can turn it into a table trimming the surface will help make the resin transparent. Our beach is now encased in resin like it's been frozen in time. it's super important to sand it all over it makes a resin go. Cloudy at first, but then after a polish, it will be crystal clear. Our beach is hidden in there somewhere. Okay. here we go time to give it a varnish man. I can't wait to see this when it's done. let's get this baby buffed. That resin is getting shinier and shinier. This is gonna be one beautiful table. Heck, I might not even use it as a table. We could just keep it as an ornament. Wow now look at that. The piece of wood turned out great like a little volcanic island that is seriously cool our very own personal beach frozen inside the table. This would be great in my den, helping me escape to a desert island. whenever I want I wish I could just shrink down and jump straight in well guys. What do you? Of our personal beach, let us know in the comments and follow us for more videos.

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