|Project by Todd Barrone||posted 12-16-2016 06:02 AM||1240 views||0 times favorited||14 comments|
Hello LJ friends long time no post. I was commissioned to build a basic rustic 4’ X 4’ dining table. It started out pretty good till I got to the finish sanding part. My customer came by my shop and decided he wanted it 2’ longer and he wanted board added to the ends and going the other way like a breadboard ends. Never done that before and especially like he wanted. I also changed up the legs too, instead of two half stumps, I decided to attempt a trestle type legs or pedestal type. Not sure what to officially call them, you could drive yourself crazy trying to put a label on it lol. The legs were cool, but did learn a lot, especially how not to do it again lol. Great concept but executed amateurish you could say, next time I will give the uprights a little shape to make them more attractive instead of plain looking. All in all the customer was absolutely amazed and happy as can be and it’s was a local guy to boot.
-- "The Cedar King" https://www.facebook.com/BarroneFarm