Farmhouse Table Finished

Stax Posted By Stax, May 6, 2012 at 11:39 AM

  1. Stax

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    Now all we need is chairs. I think we'll be purchasing unfinished chairs from Groffs in Doylestown. We'll sand and stain to match.

    P.S. Please excuse the room. I need to finish my crown molding and install base trim. Farmhouse Complete.jpg
     
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  3. thewoodlands

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    Looks great Stax, your idea for the chairs sounds great.

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    Nice table Stax. Is that Oak?
     
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    Looks good...How about a better picture??
     
  6. Stax

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    This was after 2 top coats of Poly. I did another one after this. It is all hemlock fir.
     

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    Stax I love that table! you did a fantastic job! My uncle made one similar to that out of barn beams he had milled to 4" thick. He was gonna do the same thing, buy some chairs and stain to match, but instead he made benches out of the same wood he made the table from. That would look great with benches, something to think about! Either way, I love it. You should be proud of that table, it'll be an heirloom piece passed on to other generations of your family!
     
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