December 16, 2019
Made this table for holiday dinners in "formal". Good starting point. Made a few changes to allow seats at the end of the table. Dark stain helps with minor gaps in detail trim.
- Brett Glennon
December 13, 2019
The kreg jig is great, but too many plans like this are leaving people who put time and sweat into something that will not last. Cross grain joinery on something this size with cheap wet lumber CANNOT be put together this way. Stop telling new DIYers to screw the breadboards on in this manner. Leave the breadboard ends off, and the plans would be fine. I have fixed and rebuilt more tables than I care to because of plans like these.
- Michael Smith
October 16, 2019
I could not read or print out a good copy of the cut list. Could someone send it to me please - love the table.
- S sylvester
October 11, 2019
Wouldn’t it be better to have the bottom runners a little higher from the bottom of the legs. Someone sitting at the ends would be hitting their toes on it. Also, if you live in a always changing climate, breadboard ends won’t work. They will move with time and stay moved.
- Gerald LaLonde
October 4, 2019
Nice, innovative way at looking at a dining table. And, for the price you can't beat it!
- Tony Wood