Farmhouse Table

April 23rd, 2012 in member junk     
CountryJunkSale CountryJunkSale, member
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Farmhouse table made from an old shed door and salvaged Lumber
Picked up a couple of discarded Wainscot shed doors. Used the better one for the Farm House table. May cut up this remaining door and use the pieces for an occasional and coffee table or maybe a small sofa table, keeping with the primitive style of the Farm house table.
Farmhouse table made from an old shed door and salvaged Lumber

Farmhouse table made from an old shed door and salvaged Lumber


I made this Farm House table, from the better of 2 old shed doors. I first trimmed it so all sides were square. Put an ege band around the trimmed edges. Then built legs and support rails from salvaged chippy white barn board. I gave it a thin coat of white paint, to blend everthing together, then distressed it  and applied a final coat of polyurethane. Now it's ready for the garden, the porch or possibly a trip to Springfield with Sue.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (6)

writes:
I also gotten some awesome designs from this site.http://rogueengineer.com/diy-farmhouse-dining-table-plans/ Posted: 12:12 pm on February 12th
writes: Again i would like to thank you for sharing your Farmhouse Dining Table. Posted: 12:09 pm on February 12th
writes: That table is so great and also beautiful.Thank you for your superb job. Posted: 12:06 pm on February 12th
gadgetsponge writes: Those shed doors really got a new lease on life. Classic and beautiful table. Posted: 6:27 am on April 25th
MakinItHappen writes: That table is beautiful. What a great job you did. Posted: 6:21 am on April 25th
annebell writes: What a great table! You did a fantastic job on it. Posted: 5:47 pm on April 24th
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