Farm House Table

This was our second table from Ana's website. We flipped the bottom legs around to make the cross bar on the inside...just for a little additional leg room on the ends. Don't be discouraged if you have trouble finding good boards. We had to go to two stores and REALLY dig for them... and even then, we did a LOT of sanding to make the boards even when it was all built. We used the Kreg Jig (we initially bought the $20 one, and then went back for the "real deal" so if you're considering buying one - just go for it, the small one frustrated us). The Kreg Jig is AWESOME!!!. We are just finishing up building the farm house bench to go on one side of this table... then we're going to have to figure out where to get our other chairs. A few friends have seen our table so far and every one of them has asked to purchase it! Thanks Ana!!!

Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Pine
Finish Used
we used ebony from Rustoleum. I tried Ebony from Min wax and liked this better. I used a high gloss finish... we tried a matte finish first (I put one of those pictures up here so you can hopefully see the difference) but it was TOO matte... high gloss was definitely the way to go for us.
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate