Manufacture of solid furniture

Our axolotls like to have space, which says space says large aquariums, and finding sturdy furniture can be complicated or expensive. Here are two tutorials to help you quickly build a safe piece of furniture that can support the weight of a large aquarium:

breeze blocks around € 7 for 6,
the groundsheet has Dec * thl * n between 15 and 20 € depending on the desired thickness,
the worktop € 15 Cast * r * ma, Bric * De ** t, Ler * y Me ** in 1st prize.

6/8 € € of concrete blocks
€ 5 for a 183/186 cm worktop
5 € of groundsheet
Total 36 €:
You can paint the concrete blocks or "bomber" or make a formwork using parquet strips for example.


Illustrations shared by Marc Brasier:

realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium

Furniture made with pallets

realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium
realisation meuble aquarium

Furniture made with concrete blocks

"I used classic concrete blocks, shuttering boards, hinges for the doors and ball bearings to open the doors without rubbing. I prefer this kind of concrete block because it is easier to put in place and above all more stable. The weight is better. left, for the dimensions I did not want a support too high so I tried on the spot ^^ 3 high is enough I am 70cm from the ground everything supports my 300L aquarium perfectly. "


Illustrations shared by Yann Drift   :