|Project by tbone||posted 08-26-2012 11:20 PM||1472 views||9 times favorited||7 comments|
This is patterned after a table my wife saw at a retail store. It was too low for our use, so I told her “I can do that, and probably save some money too.” I made it out of a walnut slab that I found over in Dallas that was 6/4 thick and relatively flat. As y’all can probably guess, it was pretty simple to build. The bark came off easily, the only glue necessary was for the legs. A simple piece of angle iron holds the legs to the top.
The finish was TransTint Mission Brown, a couple of coats of oil rubbed in, and then a wipe-on poly finished it off.
Fast and simple and the wife likes it…which means that I like it too.
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