|Project by Brianb1||posted 02-02-2014 03:39 AM||2774 views||12 times favorited||10 comments|
Credit for this project goes to Ana White, check out her site at ana-white.com
Made from construction grade 2×10’s, 4×4’s and 2×4’s. Spent an hour at Lowe’s digging through the lumber trying to find the straightest boards. The table isn’t perfectly square or flat, but that adds to the “rustic” look. Very sturdy and doesn’t wobble.
Used the Kreg jig HD for this project, works great if you want to use pocket holes on material > inch and a half. Kreg claims joints are 50% stronger than regular kreg pocket joints, I believe it.
Used Rust-Oleum Dark Walnut stain and Rust-Oleum satin polyurethane. This was my fist time using this brand, very happy with the results.
thanks for looking