Narrow Farmhouse Table

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This is my favorite build so far! When I saw the plan I pretty muh obssesed over it for weeks until I finally gave in and here it is!
I must confess...I have no where to put it haha. I don't care, I saw it and had to have it.

Yellow Pine
Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Finish Used: 
I used wood conditioner on the table top and end support aprons, and followed with a stain called Provincial. I then primed and painted the legs satin high hiding white. I took my sander and distressed the edges, and finally rubbed on stain over the paint and quickly wiped of the excess. IT looks worn, but not too worn as the husband is not to excited about old looking stuff.
Estimated Cost: 
$40 maybe a bit more for others...employee discount ;)
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Comments

That table is beautiful!! Did you use wood filler in the cracks between the boards on the top? I'm never sure if that's what people do...when I make a table soon I want to make sure I don't end up with hard to clean cracks in the top since I have 4 kids!!

Yep, I used a stainable putty, the same that I used for the screw holes. It came out really flat. ALOT of sanding when into it also. But so worth it!

Hey Kyli--

THAT"S IS TOTALLY AWESOME!

YOU ARE A JOHNSON!

Love, Lars and Virginia

THANK YOU:)
Your whole website and blogs have really inspired me to build build build!

Hmmm... Not much experience here, just started builiding out of the blue earlier this year. I learned how to use tools when I was young helping my dad who is a general contractor.