Tryde Coffee Table
Used: Pine wood, 2 coats Kona stain, 3 coats gloss poly, 2.5" silver screws.
Lessons Learned: Forgot to use wood glue on joints, use 10" circular saw or table saw for 4x4 posts (I used a 7.25" circular and had to cut all sides and then sand down uneven parts)
This is a heavy duty coffee table, and can easily support up to two people stacked on top of it... which was my main concern. :)
I was thinking about using the kona stain, how many layers did you use?
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