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Farmhouse Table

November 28, 2012 |
posted by AArington
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Farmhouse Table
Farmhouse Table
Farmhouse Table
About This Project

This is a massive Farmhouse Table. It measures 126" x 56" with the extensions on, as show. It is 96" x 56" without. The table top is 2x12's with 2x8 breadboards and it has 4x4 legs and end stretchers. It was modified from the farmhouse plan here on ana-white.com and from tommyandellie.com.

Estimated Cost: 
approx $225
Estimated Time Investment: 
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Required Skill Level: 
Intermediate
Type of Wood: 
yellow pine
Finish Used: 
We used 1 coat of Miniwax Dark Walnut and 2 coats of Poly in a satin finish.
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Chairs!

Your table is beautiful, but those CHAIRS! I love them. Where are they from?

posted by brookifer86 | on Thu, 2012-11-29 23:19
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We lucked out on those. A

We lucked out on those. A family member's church was giving them away a few years ago and we scooped them up for free. I will get their info so that you might search them out and reply again for you.

posted by AArington | on Fri, 2012-11-30 17:09

Extensions

Can you send some details on how you did the extensions?

posted by rjdavidson | on Mon, 2013-05-27 08:48
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Extensions

The extension idea came from tommieandellie.com. The extensions are each made up of 2 beadboards each cut to the width of the table, 56" here. They also consist of a 2"x2" crossmember of 30" here and 2-2"x2"s 38" in length and cut on a 45 angle on on end. The beadboards are joined by pocket holes. the crossmember is centered on the beadboard that will be closets to the table, it is here to provide support for the last 2 pieces. These last 2 pieces are pieces that will slide into notches cut in the end apron and inside apron. They are placed with the angled edge about an inch from edge of the what will become the most outside end when the extensions are slid into place. The extensions slide into notches cut 1.5"x1.5" end apron and inside apron pieces 30" apart and centered. A lot of words that I am sure didn't explain anything. Mine are just modification of the plans on the referenced site.

posted by AArington | on Mon, 2013-05-27 19:53

Thanks AArington

Thanks much for the info.

posted by rjdavidson | on Mon, 2013-05-27 21:10

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