Wednesday, September 14, 2011

#622 Door & Farm Table part 3.

Door, DONE. It went from this to this:

Farm table braces, DONE.

Tomorrow, we start the finish on the table top. That's what I've been most excited about. Woohoo! Maybe when it's finished we'll post how to build one? If anyone's a cheapskate and interested like us?


  1. your blog truly fascinates me. i take it y'all dont ever watch tv? how could you possibly have time to with all of these gorgeous projects!?! :) congrats on the new's gorgeous.

  2. awww thanks, jenny! you're correct about that—we've not turned on a TV in weeks. there's too many other fun things to do! :)

  3. Did you ever post a "how to" on your farm table? It is gorgeous, and just the one I want to build. Can you at least tell me where you got those amazing table legs? Thanks!

  4. Hi Katshby! I never posted a how-to since Ben really just made it up as he went. He's great at building VERY sturdy (heavy!) furniture and he used reclaimed deck floor boards for the top. He planed them on the top and sides by hand so they would butt together perfectly without gaps. The legs are not actually legs at all, but my parents' old front porch columns. I hope that's helpful!

  5. Thanks so much! I was wondering if the legs were old columns, and I love love love the way they look on your table!


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