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  1. Projects Outdoor table

    No fasteners just gorilla wood glue. Timberpro internal wood stabilizer, Thompsons water sealer letting it Grey up naturally.
  2. Cedar table

    I had an attorney friend that wanted a specific sized table for her deck. This is what I came up with. All of the lumber was from old posts/boards that I salvaged and cleaned up. They cleaned up pretty well. Got a nice little commission off this piece. She chose to leave the table natural to...
  3. Picnic Table

    I wanted to make use of a bunch of 6×6 cut-offs I had from a deck project, so I ended up with this on my deck. It's 9' long and 42" wide. Probably weighs 350lbs. It's held together with 6" sts screws and 3" deck screws. I'll do a couple of 42" long benches for one side of it eventually. Haven't...
  4. Beautiful Cedar Outdoor Patio Table

    Here's a few pics of my finished cedar patio table. It took some time to build, but it's totally worth it. Total cost was ~$140, which was way cheaper than buying anything similar in a store. The closest I could find pre-made cost $499. The table top is made from 5/4 cedar decking and the...
  5. updated picnic table

    Picnic tables traditionally are too low for arthritic old folks (me) and frequently run uncomfortably close for overweight arthritic old folks (still me). So, I made some modifications to this building supply store picnic table kit. I realize a kit picnic table is kind of outre on a wood...
  6. Outdoor Table with Benches

    Douglas Fir all the way around. Stained with Early American from Miniwax finished with oil based spar urethane. 2×12's are table top, 4×4 legs, 2×4 frame. Bench tops made from 2×6's.
  7. Large Picnic Table

    I made this picnic table and benches after I saw a very similar design someone else had posted on LJ. Table and benches are cedar and around 10' long, so it can seat quite a few people. I finished it with an epoxy sealer followed by a marine varnish (based on finish from the Wood Whisperer)...
  8. Cedar table and benches

    Last summer I was asked to make a cedar table and a couple of benches based off a table design likely from Pinterest. Not a whole lot to say about the project, except that it's all made with floating tenons and it was a cinch with the jig I made for my router. Took some time to make the jig, but...
  9. Grill Table for Primo Oval Ceramic Grill

    Really happy with this one, even if it's only because now I can actually use the awesome grill that it houses! Entire table is made from 4/4 cypress from a local sawmill milled down to 3/4" thick. The legs are one piece that goes top to bottom, then below the lower shelf are 2 pieces glued up...
  10. 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.
  11. End table

    This is an outdoor end table I made last month. I built a small deck, 10' x 8' or something like that, it fit a corner of my sloped back yard. I have a few chairs and a chiminea I made on the deck and I thought I should have an end table on the deck as well. I looked online to find styles and...
  12. Outdoor Wine Bar

    Outdoor wine bar/table made from eastern red cedar. Finished with teak oil
  13. Patio Table from Reclaimed Cedar

    My youngest daughter is in college in KC and she and 4 of her friends moved into an apartment off campus in January. They have a small balcony they like to sit on and have coffee and she thought it would be nice to have a little custom table to put out there. Hence the table project shown here...
  14. 12 foot outdoor Redwood table

    This is a 12 foot by 48 inch Redwood table for a family of 7. The table has 6 legs and three breadboard ends, all done with pinned mortise and tenon joinery. Since the table is for outdoors, the top boards have gaps to allow for drainage. I used roofing nails for spacers. The table was so large...
  15. Slatted Cube Table

    I decided to build this slatted cube end table to challenge myself using only dowel joints. 136 dowels to be exact! This was actually my first time using dowel joinery, and I ended up using and comparing 2 different doweling jigs in the process. Both had pluses and minuses in my opinion. The...
  16. Outdoor cedar table

    I recently made this for a friend of mine completely out of cedar. He needed a table to sit outside next to his smoker to use as a landing spot for tools, trays and all the gloriousness that comes out of that smoker. It's based on some plans from Woodsmith called the Tile Top Table. My buddy...
  17. Outdoor table and Adirondack chairs

    A co-worker of my sister in law wanted me to build her a table, 2 benches, 2 adirondack chairs, and footstools. She had seen some pictures of adirondack chairs i had built from my sister in law. She had a picture of a table she saw for sale in Atlanta that she really liked. She wanted me to try...
  18. Outdoor table

    Here is an outdoor table I finished a while ago. Made out of construction grade plywood, nailed and glued with liquid nails. Once the tyvek was on I wrapped it with metal lath (missed the pictures) then coated with cement. The last picture shows how I tried to get the plywood straight. It's been...
  19. Outdoor table

    I recently moved into a new place which lucky for me had a large entertaining deck at the back of the house. Ambitiously i decided that i didn't like the idea of purchasing a cheap glass table and chairs and that i would build a large table to fill the space nicely and provide a great place to...
  20. Big Green Egg Table

    Hi I just joined to the lumberjocks community because I like woodworking projects. I want to share my first project that is an outdoor table for a big green egg. I used as an example a project that is posted also here. I used pine wood and all the joints were made with kj tools and screws. I...
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