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Once all four planks are screwed together, I test fit the breadboards onto the flush end and find the best fitting board. I use the same tools as I used on the tabletop and distress on the exposed faces of the boards that will form the base. Lately, I’ve been using a hand planer to smooth out the seams, edges, and breadboards.
I start by staining the underneath side of the tabletop and then every nook and cranny of the base, bench, and extensions.
I sand down the tabletop with 22o grit sandpaper, wipe off the dust, and apply my first coat of Briwax. I’ve been building Farmhouse Tables for years and I often help people, across the country, when they want to build their own. You’re much better off leaving out the Kreg screws from board to board, doubling up the screws into the Breadboard Ends and increasing the screws used from the Frame and Skirt up into the bottom of the table top.
The instructions never mention planing the 2x4s or any of the other boards that don't come totally square. One of our readers recently made an amazing table and used dowels so I decided to give that a try for the first time ever on this table and I loved it. I use some wood glue for the dowels, place them in, and begin to clamp the first two planks into one another.


I bought a simple planer and run it along the seams a bunch to give me a nice smooth transition. I found the easiest way to do this is to use the extensions as a way of helping me align the center of the tabletop. After hearing about their shopping trip and the prices they were looking at spending on one I felt obligated to step in and make this one of my next DIY projects. The amplified plan is a printable plan that will guide you every step of the way and is packed with tips, tricks, money saving options, and answers to frequently asked questions.
I mark the planks at 81″ and clamp down the breadboard to the planks to create a straight line for me to cut along. Make sure the stain is dry and be careful along the edges and keeping the sander in one place for too long. In other words, I write plans for awesome looking furniture that are so easy it will blow your mind! I drill a pocket hole on the top edge because I typically use my Kreg right angle clamp to hold it into place.
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The way the seams lined up on these planks were staggered so I marked off one end and cut them square (I left the opposite end untouched). Once it’s in place, I clamp it all down, climb under the table, and screw it into place using all the pocket holes created in the aprons and a few screws through the supports.
I’ve learned from experience that the wood top on a table needs to be able to expand and contract with the humidity changes.
I want the table to look rustic but I also want it to be a high quality table that will last for years and years.
If you Kreg joint together the TOP boards like this there is a high probability that the table top is going to BREAK. It’s still rough after this so I take it back to the table saw and swirl it around to smooth out the cut.



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