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You all already know my super talented friend Jen Woodhouse from House of Wood right?
Jen and I teamed up to create this beautiful table plan for you!
We love the simple styling, but with a few decorative elements – like the bases on the legs, and the X detailing.
We’ve of course got you covered with plans following, but please take a second to go visit Jen here for more details on how she built this table, how much she spent on it, and lots more photos!
- Tabletop boards (as noted in cut list) are 83 3/4″ long
- Once you get one end cut for “curved” ends, use it as a pattern for the rest – You may want to measure and cut as you go for the leg “curved end” cuts so the ends match up perfectly, measuring the short end of the first board to get the long end measurement for the second board.
- I highly recommend if you can running the 2x4s through the tablesaw first to get a nice square edge. Take 1/4″ off each edge.
- For the small cross stretchers, most miter saws will bevel 50 degrees. If your saw does not, you can use a 2×2 and cut with jigsaw/circular saw instead, cutting an angle cut at 50 degrees off square.