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Project by jma213 posted 20 days ago 942 views 4 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

After a number of years of frustration with my Pottery Barn Eucalyptus Patio table constantly peeling and needing finished each year (sometimes twice), I decided to get ride of it and build my own. My goal was to build something that matched the style of our home, bringing the indoors out. I built this table to match the dining room table within the house – instead of a cherry top I used Cedar. I had major difficulties finding turned legs from pressure treated lumber so I purchased porch posts and cut them down. Legs and support are painted black, the Cedar top is treated with Oil. I used the IPE OIL I had left over after treating my IPE deck. My goal was to create a table with as little maintanance as possible, so I’m hoping that the IPE OIL finish holds up. I will keep the group posted. If not, I’ll most likely cover with Epithanes after a good sanding.





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#1 posted 20 days ago

Wow, great looking table.

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#2 posted 20 days ago

Looks TOO NICE to be left outside!

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#3 posted 20 days ago

very nice table.

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#4 posted 20 days ago

Looks great. Nice color combinations.

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#5 posted 19 days ago

Thanks Guys – so far so good, lasted through a rainstorm very well last evening.

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