Until last week, my dining room table was very stuck in the 90s - curved legs and an orange-y, high gloss finish. While browsing Instagram, I found the perfect table to update my dining room, only to find out it's no longer sold! I kept coming back to this one sold-out table and after studying the minimal look and clean lines that this table had, I decided to make it myself!
Here is the lumber I used:
My measurements were a little dependent on what the hardware store had available! My table is 6ft long so no pieces of wood actually need to be longer than that (which helps if you can't fit 8ft pieces in your car). I used 8ft pieces to buy less and to leave myself some room for mistake when cutting.
In addition to the lumber, I used my miter saw, Kreg pocket hole jig, 1.25" pocket hole screws, wood glue, 1" wood screws, 2" wood screws, a drill, and a finish nailer (with 1.5" nails). The image below shows a few more pieces than what I actually needed - better safe than sorry!