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Sofa tables are highly sought after items, but often aren’t the right height, width or length that you need. So, why not make your own? In this post, I’m going to make a sofa table/entrance way table that is both rustic and chic and can be customized to the exact measurements you need. The wood was purchased at a lumber yard down the road but you could easily use scrap barn wood, or any other wood of your choice and treat the surface to match the other items in your home. The most time was spent prepping the wood to match my home. The actual construction of the table flew by and was super easy. This was my first time using the miter saw and this project made my introduction to this tool very easy and seamless.


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Life in High Cotton

Life in High Cotton

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Difficulty: Easy

Materials Used:

  • (1) Oak board 2”x10”x8’ cut into 2 pieces each 2”x10”x4’

  • (1) Can of Wood stain

  • (1) Can of clear semi-gloss Polyurethane

  • (1) Paint brush

  • (4) 10”x3/4” Galvanized nipple pipe

  • (4) 18”x 3/4” Galvanized nipple pipe

  • (16) 3/4” Galvanized flanges

  • (48) #12 1 ¼” wood screws

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