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Chunky Farmhouse Coffee Table with Breadboard Ends

Let me show you how I built this farmhouse coffee table using plans I found on the internet (linked below). This build features the X coffee table design using 4×4 legs for that chunky farmhouse coffee table look. The contrast of the distressed painted base with stained top gives it that farmhouse look. The wax sealed finish gives it a nice satin glow that you’ll love. This project was completed using the farmhouse coffee table plans linked below as well as the breadboard end top how-to video linked below. I combined the 2 to make this coffee table. This is an easy to build coffee table that anyone can do with a few tools. Try the coffee table plans below to build one for yourself. Check out the links below to the tools and supplies used in this build. Amazon affiliate links are used in this description and they help support this channel.

Modern Farmhouse Coffee Table:
Plans to the coffee table:
Breadboard end how-to video:

*Tools Used In This Build*
DeWalt Miter Saw:
Ridgid Router:
Kreg Pocket Hole Jig:
DeWalt Sander:
DeWalt Right Angle Attachment:
36″ Clamp:
Paint Sprayer:
Dowel Jig:

*Supplies Used in This Build*
Clear Coat:
Paste Wax:
Kreg Screws:
Minwax dark walnut stain:
White Paint is Sherwin Williams Pro Classic Biscuit 6112:
Brown Spray Paint:
Wood Conditioner:
0000 Steel Wool:
Table Top Fasteners:
1/8″ Straight bit for table top fasteners:

Full resolution images of this project on our blog:

*Other Videos you may be interested in*
Farmhouse Coffee Table:
Farmhouse End Table:
Farmhouse Console Table:
Jointing with a table saw:

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0:00 Intro
0:47 How to Build X Base for Coffee Table
3:36 How to Make Breadboard Ends with Dowels
9:18 Staining Pine Coffee Table
12:05 Applying Polyurethane to Table Top
14:40 Applying Paste Wax to Furniture
17:42 Attaching Coffee Table Top to Base


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