Short Farmhouse Table

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About This Project

This is a shorter and more narrow version of the Farmhouse table, it works perfectly for 2 kids to sit and do homeowrk or color at.
Most of teh legs are built out of reclaimed pallet wood, driving the cost way down, I did not include the stain and wax into my total cost since I had these on hand.

Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Finish Used: 
I stained the top and did 3 clear coats on the top. The legs I painted white, distressed with a sander and did a Trewax mahogany finish.
Estimated Cost: 
$35.00

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Hi, I am building a table for a teacher who wants it to be a 3 seater. Your table looks just right. I am wondering how stable it is. It looks like you didn't taper the legs, which is what I think I am going to do too. Basically I need to know if you feel it is stable enough for a teacher to use as a writing center.
Thanks, Alecia

Hi, I am building a table for a teacher who wants it to be a 3 seater. Your table looks just right. I am wondering how stable it is. It looks like you didn't taper the legs, which is what I think I am going to do too. Basically I need to know if you feel it is stable enough for a teacher to use as a writing center.
Thanks, Alecia