Making a Pedestal Table Base
Stylish and attractive pedestal table base traditionally consist of a cover panel on a base. The base typically has four legs and four supports to hold the cover. If you have a pedestal table top without the base, you can fix by a wooden base. Use hardwood plywood for furniture to make the base, so that you can finish matching the top. The base consists of two panels of plywood in the form of X that are interconnected. Together they form a strong support base and the pedestal.
Pedestal table base place the plywood panels flat on a work surface. Measures the center of one end 24-inch (60.96 cm) in each panel measuring tape and mark with a pencil. Draw a notch 3/4 inch (1.91 cm) by 14 inches (35.56 cm) above the straight length of 28 inches (71.12 cm) from the central panel tag to each panel using a measuring tape, a square and a pencil.
Notch Cut 3/4 inch (1.91 cm) by 14 inches (35.56 cm) of each panel using a jigsaw. The notches are interconnected to form an X-shaped assembly that will be the pedestal table base. Draw a concave curve on each side of the panels 28 inches (71.12 cm) using a flexible curve ruler and pencil. The curve forms the outer shape of the legs and table supports.