Jute Ottoman Decorative Rustic
This jute ottoman decorative rustic look is made based on a used tire. No great difficulty and we can take advantage of the change of tires of our car to build us a whole set of ottomans. Let’s see the detailed process of transformation of the tire in decorative and practical element.The materials are simple and the development is very simple, just a little patience for the string is not well spread and forms us knots. The first step is to clean the best possible tire and then put one of the circles of wood and we drill three holes for screws to fix the board to the tire. After the screws screwed to the tire, three will suffice to hold the jute ottoman. We will turn the tire and repeat the process with another circle of wood.
We stick one end of the rope with the hot glue gun in the center. We’re going spirally winding and sticking to time, unhurried, stopping if necessary for the glue to dry. When we covered the whole board with rope, descend to the edge and applying a good amount of glue we will be placing the rope around the edge of the board. We return to continue covering the tire and tire. We spare no glue, we want the rope is firmly fixed to the support. Finish coat the entire tread of the tire with sisal rope, cut the rope and secure the tail end of the rope with glue the tire. It is not necessary to coat the bottom timber base as it will go against the floor.
We turn again to the tire and apply a coat of sealer to protect the rope; it will also serve to make the fibers protruding from the rope stick to it and more aesthetic finish. Let dry for an hour and give it another coat of sealer. With finished work we list the jute ottoman to decorate the living room or any room you want. It will serve as a seat or as a small side table.