DIY Farmhouse Dining Table w/ Epoxy Inlays Using Reclaimed Barnwood

DIY Farmhouse Dining Table w/ Epoxy Inlays Using Reclaimed Barnwood

This week I show you how to build a DIY farmhouse dining table using reclaimed barn wood lumber, featuring epoxy inlays. My friends asked me to build them a Parsons style table, and I came up with the idea to use reclaimed lumber, and pour pigmented epoxy into the voids. Let me know what you think about this DIY farmhouse table. Thanks!

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Yesenia Ramirez says:

OMG!!! You are so talented!!! I am trying to get my boyfriend into doing some DIY projects with me around our home but NO!! He has no idea how to work any of this stuff lol

It's all right I guess he compensates in other areas quite well😉😉😂

Lbhunter63 says:

Why not mortises and tenons for the apron? It's a great table and drawboring the mortises/tenons would have given a bullet proof construction and a stable platform for the top…

Sirios Star says:

Oh, one more thing. i'm jealous of your tools. use to have all those tools but sold them when i retired in europe with my wife. 😭

Sirios Star says:

I've used clear epoxy before but never colored . brilliant idea. Looks really cool. nice job on the table and the video is REALLY well done!

614Lyfe says:

do you ship to Ohio? Im in need of a table


Great job!…. the table is sturdy and beauty…. Congrats!!!… From Guayaquil, Ecuador…S.A…

Loreal Madonna says:

I'm from OKC lol

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Tommytomtom says:

Talking about the mistakes is so valuable! Most folks edit them out to look good, but this is how to do it so we all learn.

Frank Doyle says:

I built a table from 100 year old wood that I rescued from a collapsed ice house. I had the exact same challenges as you. A blacksmith friend made me a 3/4" steel skeleton that I mounted to the top behind the skirt board. This also gave me something solid and square to tork the legs down to. The whole thing was a learning experience. I'm building another table using the lessons learned. Great video Jonny!

Crishta Avery says:

I love your work. I am starting my first wood project. I would love to create art like this. Thank you for the inspiration! Keep up the amazing work.

Eddie Henderson III says:

Can I buy your table?

omar ghamdioa says:

Wow. Since 3 monthes i was planning to do one like this . But being lasy is so damn bad. I liked the blue color thing you made for filling. Liked your job very very much. Wish you the best and happeness.

MoonGlow says:

It came out beautiful, but I would think making new wood "look" old might be easier…lol

Lisa Mccleary says:

You did a great job. I like what you did. BEAUTIFUL

Loren McGilvrey says:

Awesome work Dude!!

my mommy says:

It's a very hard work good done

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