Hi friends! I’m excited to be teaming up with the folks at BuildSomething.com again to bring you the free plans for this beautiful DIY farmhouse dining table!
If you recall, I designed and built my kids’ farmhouse craft table, kids’ tool box, bathroom shelf, desk with hidden printer storage, and kids’ sand and water play table and shared the free plans over at BuildSomething.com
BuildSomething.com is Kreg Tool’s DIY project plan site where you can browse project ideas and download free plans.
By using off-the-shelf lumber and pre-fabricated turned furniture legs, this DIY farmhouse dining table is an easy and accessible project to tackle. The turned legs are from Osborne Wood – we chose the Transitional Country Dining Table Leg, part #1111.
The top is stained with a mixture of Minwax Dark Walnut and Red Mahogany and finished with Minwax Wipe-On Polyurethane in a semi-gloss sheen. The base is stained with the dark walnut stain underneath Annie Sloan Old White Chalk Paint, which was lightly distressed.
Here’s a helpful video on how to create a weathered, farmhouse finish:
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Lauren Kalina says
Love this table! Beautiful! My next project! What Do you recommend for type of wood and or the paint/varnish finish if using it on a patio and PLEASE tell me where those gorgeous tufted linen dining chairs are from? Thank you;))) Lauren
Thanks for the kind words! For outdoor use, I recommend either cedar or redwood. Also, you’ll want to use a finish that is suitable for exterior projects – Minwax Helmsman Spar Urethane is a good one. The chairs are sold here: http://rstyle.me/iA-n/cj6i35bjmyf_
Will you explain in more depth how you attach the bread board ends to the table. You say mortise & tendon, but I don’t know how to do that.
There are several different methods of cutting mortise and tenons but here are a couple of great tutorials: https://www.bobvila.com/articles/2138-how-to-make-a-mortise-and-tenon-joint/#.WPvUu4nysUE
Hope that helps!
thanks for sharing nice idea i will implement ASAP i am a carpenter i need this styles of ideas ,
This design is PERFECT! Do you have plans/design to add the option for a extension/leaf .
Brian Famous says
Nice classic farmhouse table design. The mixture of walnut and mahogany stains turned out nice.
What kind of wood do you use for the table.. for indoor use
Where did you get the chairs?
This design is PERFECT! PLEASE tell me where those gorgeous tufted linen dining chairs are from?
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