Remember the ZGallerie-inspired dining table I just built with the help of my talented friend, Ana White?
Well, here it is, all finished!
And here’s a close-up:
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Hop on over to Ana White’s site for the complete step-by-step tutorial! I used Minwax stains and finishes for this project, so a big bear hug goes out to my homies at Minwax for sponsoring that post! I’m so in love with how it turned out. I want to lick it. (Disclaimer: for safety’s and liability’s sake, please don’t lick your wood finishes.)
But back to this drool-worthy finish… yeah, it was, like, a million-step process (not really), but so worth it. Amiright?
Restoration Hardware, eat your (rustic, yet refined, OH EM GEE I love you and I hate you) heart out! Well, what are you waiting for? Go here for the full-on how-to!
Rhonda Williamson says
Love this table! I am thinking of building a dining table as my first “major build” project. How has the table held up? Have you had any problems with the table warping with the breadboard ends? I live in the Dallas area so not sure if humidity will cause a problem or not. Love the finish!
Gah!!! I see the wallpaper, lol!!!! Yup…that would have been a tough one to work with! Oh the things we put up with in this life!!!!
But that table is WOW and pretty much makes up for the flowers on the wall!!!
Sarah stone says
Obsessed with this table! Did you sand in between staining jobs?
Thanks Sarah. No, don’t sand in between each coat of stain. Sand in between each coat of poly.
Sarah stone says
Thank you for teaching me (everyone) how to do this. It’s beautiful! I’m obsessed! Trying to do it myself and it’s coming out pretty red. The weathered oak didn’t tone down the redness like I thought it would. Did you stain in between staining coats? Thanks again!
Michael Grentus says
Jen, thatis a great looking dining room table, where can I get the plans for it?.
I may have missed this, but what is the finished size of the table?