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Coffee Station

  • January 18, 2017


My mother-in-law gave me a 27"x25" butcher block, so I decided to make a (much-needed) coffee station with it. The shelves are made of pocket-holed 2x6's. I notched out the 4x4 legs with my miter saw, then chiseled and sanded the notches. I stained the top along with the rest of the table because food will not be coming into contact with the butcher block.

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  • Great job on this! Your design is really lovely- it's got a nice rustic feel. Nice work!
    By RYOBI Nation, on January 19, 2017

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Coffee Station

by ProsperWoodwork
Jan 18, 2017

My mother-in-law gave me a 27"x25" butcher block, so I decided to make a (much-needed) coffee station with it. The shelves are made of pocket-holed 2x6's. I notched out the 4x4 legs with my miter saw, then chiseled and sanded the notches. I stained the top along with the rest of the table because food will not be coming into contact with the butcher block.