Fancy X Farmhouse table - painted!

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About This Project

First project from Ana White, and loved it! Building more as we speak. We loved this table but wanted it in painted finish. We chose to fill in some of the gaps to make it look a little more finished. Very happy with the result!

construction grade pine
Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Finish Used: 
white paint and brown glaze
Estimated Cost: 
90 dollars not including one time purchases of Kreg, nail gun, etc.

Comments

This table is gorgeous! Do you have any more information on the paint treatment, wood you used etc....

Thank you! It was our first attempt at a glaze. We shortened the table length wise and then used 3 2x10s instead of 4. For the finish we painted the table Navajo White Behr color from home depot. We then mixed about 1 part of a Minwax espresso stain with 4 parts of Behr Faux Glaze. Then we just rubbed it on with rags and waited a little bit and rubbed it off.

Great job! Beautiful finish. I have yet to build anything, but this is my favorite plan from Ana White and I will be starting it as soon as the weather cooperates :/
Nicely done!

Wendy Keefe

Nice job, I just finished mine and followed plans 90% of the way. I altered the legs to look beefier. I have not finished mine yet. I spaded the top and will be using it outdoors so unsure what I want to do for the finish. But thanks for sharing.