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  1. Farmhouse table

    Farmhouse table I just finished. I really like it and most importantly my wife loves it. Bench will be finished today!!
  2. Farmhouse Headboard

    I was commissioned to make a farmhouse dining table with breadboard ends from 2×6's a year ago. Now, the same person wanted a headboard to match it. I used the same methods to build the headboard as I used for the table. After doing some sanding I used biscuits and glued up the long boards. I...
  3. Farmhouse table

    Simple farmhouse table I built for my daughter.
  4. Simple, Elegant Farmhouse Dining Table for a Friend

    A new colleague recently moved and asked me if I knew of any places to get inexpensive furniture. I named a few places, but suggested just making the kitchen table, that way she could get exactly what she wanted and still inexpensive. She and her husband didn't know much about wood...
  5. So much Gum and Butts were on this Table

    I built a new dining room table using reclaimed Douglas Fir from some old bleachers. This project was way more than I suspected it to be, but I think the finished product was worth it. View on YouTube Thanks for watching, please like, share, and subscribe. Special thanks to True Trac saws...
  6. Poplar Farmhouse Dining Table

    This farmhouse table was built for a family friend and is definitely built to last! It is an 8/4 poplar top with a 3" square poplar x-base. The top is retained with hex head screws and tee nuts as well as the base being half lap joints. The entire table can be disassembled by 2 people in about...
  7. Redwood Farmhouse Dining Table - two person type :)

    30"H x 45"L x 31"W - Two person dining table in farmhouse style. I used construction grade 2" x 6" x 8' redwood boards. I only had to dig through several hundred boards at the three different big box stores to find three worthy boards. I first cut them to 4' lengths then ran them thru a...
  8. Farmhouse Table

    My wife and I have needed a new table for a while now. We have three boys who loved to push our lightweight ikea table away when they didn't want their dinner. Good luck with that now! This table is built entirely from SPF lumber. The legs are four laminated 2×6s turned on my lathe. The aprons...
  9. First "Real" project - Farmhouse style Dining Table

    The story will need an update, but here is my first ever "real" project. Before this I'd made some plywood cabinet-type construction, some miscellaneous pine panel items, my workbench, and precisely one spatula… The top is where most of the effort & $$$'s went. Its primarily a 4/4 hickory...
  10. X-leg coffee table

    I made this X-leg coffee table as my entry for the Instagram builder's challenge (@igbuilderschallenge). It's made entirely of pine wood (1×6s and 2×4s) that I stained with Espresso stain. I added black iron pipe as cross supports for the legs using couplings, nipples and end caps to hold it...
  11. Benches for farm table

    Benches to match the table I built for my Mom.
  12. Farmhouse table and bench

    This is a farmhouse table and bench built to a customer's preference. Douglas Fir all the way around, bottom leg aprons are routered and positioned flush with the inside of the 4×4 legs to allow for leg room when sitting at either end of the table. The stain on this table is a combo of Special...
  13. Pine Farmhouse Table

    This is a 3' x 8' Pine Farmhouse Table. My wife wanted the one at Pottery Barn for $3000. The compromise was that I got a new jointer and a new 12" compound miter saw for $650 and built this one instead. I do cringe when the kids bang it up- although that's the way its supposed to look. (And...
  14. Barn Door Console Table

    I just published my first blog post here on Lumberjocks. Go check it out and let me know what you think. For those of you that prefer just seeing the pictures I figured I would just post those here. Thanks for looking! -Jacob - Timber & Ash Designs
  15. Farmhouse Furniture

    Projects for my wife & daughter
  16. Pedestal Farmhouse Table

    Finally, a real table! I made a coffee table as practice for this, a real one. I used these plans from Ana White and modified them to make it look a bit more refined. I also modified the benches, so that they would slide all the way in. I made this in a corner of my basement and hung plastic...
  17. Turning Saw

    Hand made Turning saw based on the Gramercy tools kit which I've had for absolutely ages and finally decided to make. The kit I bought comprised of the handles, pins and three blades. The wood used is quarter-sawn European beech. I believe Gramercy make the handles from American hickory...
  18. Farmhouse Modern Walnut Dining Table

    My wife invited a few family members and co-workers to have Thanksgiving with us. Our 4 person bartop high table needs a larger replacement. Trying to get 11 people seated at this 40" x 108" fully extended table. I went for a steamed walnut with an English Chestnut stain. The table can be...
  19. Maple Trestle Dining Table

    Just finished a huge 4-month long trestle table build. All 8/4 hard maple, it's 9'x3' with seating for 10. Finished with dyed shellac and arm-r-seal. The client asked for "bombproof," well they definitely got it with this! She's a beast of a table for sure, with the top/legs weighing in at...
  20. Outdoor Farmhouse Table

    A big farmhouse table I made for my parents. Douglas Fir all the way around. 4 2×12's compose the table top, 4×4's for legs and 2×4's make up the frame. Finished with water based spar urethane.
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