Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Industrial Farm Table

I saw a tutorial for this table at Frugal Farmhouse Design so I decided to do one of my own.

I actually have two of them, one was my first and I didnt like the way it turned out, it was too pink. My second one is a little bit longer and more rustic on top.

I have to admit it was super easy, but the labor on the top to get the finish I wanted was way more intense. 

Check it out and see what you think.
This was my first one. The top turned out way too light for me.

1st table

2nd table

I love the way this top turned out. I love the dark and light contrast, it looks like barnwood with a shiny coat of poly on it.

Really cool!

Now I am on the hunt for 2 rugs. One for the living room and here in the dining room. I am thinking sisal. Tell me what you think!


Christa @ Stories of a House said...

Wow, it looks amazing! Are you keeping it?

Inspired Kara said...

I'm in love with this. We are looking and a kind of similar table at Restoration Hardware that's 1100 bucks! What did you do for the top? How'd you make that happen?

MountainBlessings said...

Hi from Show Low! I am new to blogging and ran across you blog. I think the girls room came out really cute, and the was pretty creative with the carpet. Thanks for sharing. Marla

Tammy @ Type A said...

i love this, i wish there was way to make this table round. big fan of round tables.

Gypsy Sparrow said...

Since this table has such hard lines I would put a very plush soft rug under it. I'm thinking something like shag or wool. It would be a nice contrast to the hard industrial feel of this table.

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