16 Nov. 2013|
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The other day I was browsing projects on Ana White’s website and came across a dining table I had to have. I’m working on an updated post that will have the measurements used for the table in the video. I am planning on building this table but I think a 3-4 foot long by 8 inch wide concrete inlay right in the middle would look really good. This table and bench by Ashley, Adam, and Keith of Domestic Imperfection is most representative of the style, featuring solid breadboard ends and a warm, rich stain. Similar to the previous example, though designed and built on a large scale, is a DIY farm table project from East Coast Creative, which includes some intentional distressing to enhance the antique look. This DIY farm table project from American Woodworker opts for turned table legs and aprons that result in a more refined, traditional look.
Hillary made this table with pocket holes instead of adding the 2x2 supports as done in the original plan, saving a ton of cuts and holes to be drilled, which saves time and money. I decided to make a farmhouse table using your plans 2 weeks back, but decided to adjust the plans for pocket holes.
You can construct your own farmhouse table made of planks of solid reclaimed pine, this farmhouse table expands to seat up to 8 people.
In a previous design there were extentions for the table to add I believe 15 more inches per end. The table will have a more protective finish and you’ll be able to even out some of the spots that absorbed the first coat. Here is a photo of a table a friend made and they used longer brreadboards and scooted the legs in just a bit. I am about to use vinegar stain on a table top but worried that the stain will leave marks on clothes like shirt sleeves or jumpers. How could I alter this plan to make it in the neighborhood of 60×35 and have room for chairs on the ends. The table top attaches to an existing base, making it possible to build this project in a single weekend.
Those plans also include removable leaves on both end that would eliminate the chair problem on the ends.
Anyway, those plans also include removable end leaves that would take care of the concerns with end seats. You’ll notice I distressed the table a bit by scratching it, hitting it with a hammer, and using a punch tool. So I usually just use an old mason jar or plastic cup and let it sit for at least a few days.
They were attached to the horizontal 4×4 right underneath the table top and actually go down a couple inches and touch the top of the leg.