Kentwood Sofa Table - Rendition

Wanted to build a nice sofa table to go underneed the large canvas behind my couch.  I wanted something more simple and robust to suit my taste, but also wanted to be able to give it a nice rustic look to to suit what my wife wanted.  The kentwood bookshelf fit the bill perfectly.

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Cost
General finishes Orange Dye Stain - $26 pint
General Finishes Brown Mahogany Dye Stain - $26 pint
General Finishes High performance Polyurethane Satin - $32 quart
General Finishes High performance Polyurethane Matte - $32 quart
Kilz Premium Primer - $21 gallon
Bher Premium Plus Ultra Flat Enamel Pain - $30 gallon
1x12x8 common board - $20
1x6 poplar - $2.55 per foot

I would say your total for this project would be around 300 bucks, but it can be done a lot cheaper. Using cheaper products like Minwax stains and Varathane Polyurethane. You can also use common board through out and just paint the whole thing. A lot of the items I used this project I already had laying around the house. All in all I maybe spent 60 bucks for the stuff I didnt already have.
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Table Base: Common Wood - Table Top: Poplar
Finish Used
General finishes Orange And Brown Mahogany Waterbased Dye Stain
General Finishes High Performance Polyurethane. Satin for top and Matte for the base
Kilz Premium Primer
Bher Premium Plus Ultra Flat Enamel paint
Recommended Skill Level
Beginner