A couple of years ago I built the farmhouse dining table with matching bench, so when I showed my wife a picture of the Corona Coffee Table, she was all about it. I lengthened the coffee table by about 6"-8" inches to fit our space better. The entire table is yellow pine. I used 2x6 for the top. Ordered the legs from Osborne, $30 each plus shipping (searched for other supplier to compare pricing, but had no luck finding that leg anywhere else). For aprons I used 1x4. Instead of plywood for the base I used 1x4 furring boards (the furring boards were only aprox. $1.50 each for 1"x4"x6', and they had rounded edges which helped add more texture when completed). For the middle and end pieces of the base I use 1x6. Assembly was completed using wood glue and the Kreg Jig for pocket holes. Top was stained using an old t-shirt with aprox. 5 coats of Early American stain, 2 coats of Jacobean, then 2 coats semi-gloss poly spray. Base finished with 2 coats of Spa White by Amy Howard chalk paint (Annie Sloan competitor sold at Ace Hardware, seems to work the same, still costs around $30+ per quart). At this point my wife took over. She roughed up the base with my sander, applied the clear wax that protects the chalk paint, then she went back over the sanded edges with brown wax to complete the aging.
Amy Howard chalk paint for base