Industrial Farmhouse Table from a Shanty 2 Chic design. Our best friends are having their first child and we wanted to make something for them that would look great in their home and they could also grow their family in to. We let them pick out the design (happened to be from Shanty 2 Chic). The plans were very easy to follow. I modified the size of the cuts to fit their area that they wanted it in, and I also bent my own metal trim pieces (I also used real lag bolts to sturdy up the frame and give a more industrial feel). I think all in all, this table ran me about $200 for stain, poly, screws, metal, and wood. The stain is a rustoleum Dark Walnut. This piece already looks great in their home and they don’t even have the matching chairs yet. Here is the link to the plans and walkthrough. https://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2016/10/diy-industrial-farmhouse-table-video.html I ranked the skill level as intermediate because I bent my own metal. Other than that, this table is very do-able for a beginner. So, don’t be scared to jump right into this one. Here is a little semi pro tip.....When gluing the legs and runners together, wait until after you glue them together to trim the edges off.(If your table saw blade is long enough to cut through 2- 2x6's) Gives it a cleaner edge and makes it look like one solid board vs, going back and trying to sand them even.