Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

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Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

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Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

Author Notes: At our last book signing in Anchorage – thank you Anchorage, you were wonderful! – a couple came up to me and showed me an absolutely beautiful console table they made. Definitely the best part of the signings is when I get to see pictures and talk to people one on one. And as we talked, the husband told me he had just returned from deployment, and how building furniture for their home had helped him adjust to returning home. He thanked me for putting plans out there that he could use. And I thought, thank me? I need to be thanking you, for protecting our freedom. Thank you, Veterans, for giving us freedom to live and pursue our dreams. And thank you, to those of you serving now, for continuing to make our country great. Happy Veteran’s Day. We certainly have much to be thankful for, don’t we? Are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? It is definitely my most favorite holiday, with no exception. I love Thanksgiving and look forward to it all year. If you are hosting Thanksgiving, what could be more true tradition than to serve a home cooked meal of thanks on a handmade harvest table? I’m guessing the folks back at the original Thanksgiving dinner made their own table too. We of course have the perfect Farmhouse Table for you. image from Country Living Magazine/photo by Lucas Allen But with Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, think you don’t have time to build this table? Well, with special thanks to Hillary at The Friendly Home, we’ve made this table easier than every to build. Hillary made this table with pocket holes instead of adding the 2×2 supports as done in the original plan, saving a ton of cuts and holes to be drilled, which saves time and money. Also, by using pocket holes, we hide most all of the screw holes, so a beautiful stained finish like Hillary’s is very easy to do. The easy to do pocket hole plan follows if you want to build this table. And as always, Hillary delivers a beautiful finish, and you can get all the details on how Hillary finished her table here. I love the stain color and will have to try it as well! PS – Don’t have a pocket hole jig? Here’s the original Farmhouse Table Plans. PSS – Have trouble finding 4x4s? Check out the book Farmhouse Table plans!
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Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

At our last book signing in Anchorage – thank you Anchorage, you were wonderful! – a couple came up to me and showed me an absolutely beautiful console table they made. Definitely the best part of the signings is when I get to see pictures and talk to people one on one. And as we talked, the husband told me he had just returned from deployment, and how building furniture for their home had helped him adjust to returning home. He thanked me for putting plans out there that he could use. And I thought, thank me? I need to be thanking you, for protecting our freedom. Thank you, Veterans, for giving us freedom to live and pursue our dreams. And thank you, to those of you serving now, for continuing to make our country great. Happy Veteran’s Day. We certainly have much to be thankful for, don’t we? Are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year? It is definitely my most favorite holiday, with no exception. I love Thanksgiving and look forward to it all year. If you are hosting Thanksgiving, what could be more true tradition than to serve a home cooked meal of thanks on a handmade harvest table? I’m guessing the folks back at the original Thanksgiving dinner made their own table too. We of course have the perfect Farmhouse Table for you. image from Country Living Magazine/photo by Lucas Allen But with Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, think you don’t have time to build this table? Well, with special thanks to Hillary at The Friendly Home, we’ve made this table easier than every to build. Hillary made this table with pocket holes instead of adding the 2×2 supports as done in the original plan, saving a ton of cuts and holes to be drilled, which saves time and money. Also, by using pocket holes, we hide most all of the screw holes, so a beautiful stained finish like Hillary’s is very easy to do. The easy to do pocket hole plan follows if you want to build this table. And as always, Hillary delivers a beautiful finish, and you can get all the details on how Hillary finished her table here. I love the stain color and will have to try it as well! PS – Don’t have a pocket hole jig? Here’s the original Farmhouse Table Plans. PSS – Have trouble finding 4x4s? Check out the book Farmhouse Table plans!
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Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

This was a great way to start off and build a table for my daughter-in-law as my first furniture job! I modified these plans and built a 108″x56″ table plus a 15” extension created seating for 4 and 2 on the ends (no extensions)—yes big is better! A 95″ bench for kids was built for one side. This allows dinners with food on the center of the table leaving plenty of room for plates and glasses and plenty of elbow room. First dinner was Thanksgiving for 12 without the extensions! Major changes were raising the table height 1 1/2″s for better leg clearance, elimination of the leg cross pieces (length x width) and created sliding breadboards on each end to allow insertion of table leafs. This eliminated the 2×2’s on the extensions for better storage and the visible table end 2×2 slots! I added a second 2×4 between the legs (width) to allow the end of the table’s frame 2×4 to be attached to the breadboard (and not the legs!) and then constructed 2×2’s to act as “slide hardware” as pictured in Tommy and Ellie’s drawings. This allowed support while extending the breadboard out creating the space for insertion of the table leaf. I used wood table pins (tapered) on the breadboard and leaf joints to align the table and leaf when compressed and locked them together with Align-n-Lock cam locks–be aware of hardware close tolerances. During glue/screw assembly of the table top boards, I screwed 2-2×4’s from the table frame (pre-cut) to minimize table warping. Lesson learned—-pre-cut your slots in all designated boards and place two of these boards close to the ends. This will be critical to minimize the table ends (4-2×12’s and 2-2×6’s) from moving/warping after aligning and inserting the table pins. This will also help “setting” the table top onto the frame at the correct height. Even then I still had to drill out the receiver holes from minor movement and stain/finish material on/in pins/holes. Finishing went from brushing urethane on the bench to $17 Harbor Freight sprayer to finish the table top—best move ever! The finish on the table top was top notch using water based urethane straight from the can! Started project on a Wednesday and moved table and bench in on the following Wednesday afternoon. Thanks Tommy and Ellie for a great plan to start off with!

Diy Farmhouse Dining Room Table

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