DIY Farmhouse Table






I have always been a stan for farmhouse tables, especially with just the natural wood finish. I am obsessed with natural wood, it’s just so satisfying.

After searching for months for the perfect table I was quickly scared off by the prices and turned to my favorite app Pinterest to see if I can tackle this project myself. Upon searching I found this awesome blog post in a video from Warm Cozy Home. The table they made had a super simple video to go along with it so I decided to give it a shot. I was amazed at how easy this project was that I actually ended up making two tables: one regular farmhouse table and one Island/ bar high farmhouse table. In this post,


I’ll be sharing with you how I made the island farmhouse table that's currently in my new apartment. If you haven’t seen my empty apartment tor check it out here.




This Project is Inspired by

https://warmcozyhome.com/farmhouse-ta...



Materials You'll Need

(2) 4 x 4 x 10ft

(3) 1 x 4 x 10ft


(2) 1 x 10 x 8ft

(1) 1 x 10 x 10ft

(2) 2 x 3 x 8ft


Wood screws 2 in

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5 inch wood screws

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Polyurethane

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Corded Sander

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Sander

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L Brackets

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Corner Bracket

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Wood glue

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Drill

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To make this project easier on me. I had all my cuts done at the hardware store.I have provided the cut list below, as well as a video of how I constructed the table.


Cut List

4x4’s

4 40in long


1x4’s

2 70 in long

5 33 1/2in long


1x10

4 53 1/2inch long

2 37in long


2x3’s

2 33 1/2 in long

2 26 1/2 in long

1 63 1/2in long



Video




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