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Showing photos of a large table we built for our Large Green Egg. We used redwood and tile from the Fireclay tile boneyard in San Jose.
Tile works out great for the tabletop!
"it is never too early to drink, but it may be too early to be seen drinking"
Thanks for the compliments! To answer most of the questions....we used backer board under the tile. We used just a basic grout from home depot. Living in Northern California I am not expecting wild extremes in weather so that seemed to be okay. Will cover when it rains. The total cost of the table was about $400. $200 for the redwood and nuts and bolts and another $180 or so for the tile. We actually used tile from the Boneyard of Fireclay tile otherwise if we bought retail it would have been closer to $28-30 dollars a square foot! Most tile manufacturers have a boneyard. The tile is perfect for spills or just laying stuff down on. My only design change would be to lower the bottom shelf and just raise the egg up on a step box so there would be more room underneath.
Nice work Martha!
from SANTA CLARA, CA