Anthropologie Style Farmhouse Table

My husband built the table and benches and I applied the finish. It pretty much took us most of two weekends, but was well worth it. We learned that we should have used kiln dried wood for the table top, since ours warped pretty significantly. We will most likely replace the planks on top of the table in the near future. Also, the plans for the length of the bench don't allow for the benches to be pushed in under the table. The supports get in the way (make sure your measure!). I used Minwax Ebony stain and wiped it off quickly after applying it, so that the wood would show through. I also used a satin finish to keep true to the vintage look, yet give the table some protection from the elements.

Estimated Cost
140.00 for both the table and benches
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
construction grade plywood (kiln dried reccommended)
Finish Used
Minwax - Ebony
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate