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Reclaimed Wood Bar Height Farmhouse Table

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FINALLY finished! I started this project back in the spring and it's finally wrapping up. I decided I wanted a new kitchen table with two features: 1. it needed to be bar height with a storage shelf below and 2. the top needed to be removable.
Without further ado check out our new Farmhouse Table!!!
It all started with this pergola. Remember my Salvaging Pergola Wood post from last year. Well I wanted to put that wood to use. In April I drew up a sketch of the table and started planning.
Time to get busy sanding. The worst part {in my opinion} of a DIY project. So that's what I did. Sand, sand, sand....
Next up, adding a little bit of stain to the boards.
Here's a pic of my GC, Matilda. She's supervising. I think this was a look of approval.
Here I'm trying to plan out the legs position, the shelf and the support beams.
The GC is back for final inspection. I moved a few barstools to the table however I don't plan to use these. One, I don't like the way they look with the table but we also only have 2.
On the shelf I added a bowl of wine corks. I thought about getting creative by adding a bottle holder to the shelf {easy access} but maybe another day.
Check out the blog for more details and pics!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Reclaimed wood

To see more: http://diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com/2016/09/reclaimed-wood-bar-height-farmhouse.html

  • ScavengerChic
    ScavengerChic
    on Sep 14, 2016

    Turned out fantastic. Love the use of repurposed wood.

  • Carole White
    Carole White Canada
    on Sep 16, 2016

    Really nice!!!! Your pooch is pretty adorable too; thanks for sharing this!

    • Sharon Poff
      Sharon Poff Salem, VA
      on Sep 16, 2016

      it was a great idea but I love your dog friend

  • Pascale Mohr
    Pascale Mohr
    on Sep 16, 2016

    Nice. Love your pup!

  • Debbie Williams
    Debbie Williams Plymouth, CT
    on Sep 16, 2016

    this came out fantastic and i love your dog

  • Penny
    Penny Vestal, NY
    on Sep 16, 2016

    When I tire from my pergola outside it's going to become my barn beams on my ceilings, love your table and your pup!

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