Reclaimed barnwood dining table

  • Published on May 14, 2019
  • In this video i'm making a dining/garden table of old barnwood i bought. I bought the steel legs online.
    This one whas very easy to make with only a couple of tools.
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Comments • 20

  • Adam Alsnayyan
    Adam Alsnayyan 2 days ago +1

    Damn, I was really hoping you'd rip those boards in half and use the other half for another project. At least now you have something to hide behind to protect yourself from a nuclear blast.

    NIGEL JOHN 10 days ago

    Awesome table dude! Where can I find long bolts like the ones you used to make this epic table?

    • Menno l'Abée
      Menno l'Abée  9 days ago

      In Holland they are very common. where are you from?

  • Michael Davis
    Michael Davis Month ago +3

    The ends of the threaded rod should have been recessed in counterbores and to avoid injury

  • Me and Nature
    Me and Nature 2 months ago

    Nice table! but i think you need to practise on cutting with a mitresaw

  • Graeme Low
    Graeme Low 3 months ago

    What size was the timber you used? Very smart looking

  • I'm Jerome and YES, I can fix it!

    Hi, I love your table!
    I am looking into making one very similar to yours with reclaimed wood as well.
    A few questions for you... where did you find the legs from?
    Why didn't you try to hide those threaded bars inside the wood on the side by making bigger holes and eventually using wood putty to cover up? Thanks for sharing your video.

    • Menno l'Abée
      Menno l'Abée  3 months ago +1

      I got the legs from my intership, they miss calculated the legs and they where useless. The whole reason is to make it look industrial, if you cover them up it will look less cool

  • David Taylor
    David Taylor 3 months ago

    Lovely! And quite soothing to watch too

  • Ashwin Jugnah
    Ashwin Jugnah 4 months ago +1

    Amazing table, this will last a hundred year bro. I might give it a try, any tips?

    • Menno l'Abée
      Menno l'Abée  4 months ago

      Thanks! Just start it's easy, make sure to drill straight hols thats all.

  • Aaron Callaghan
    Aaron Callaghan 4 months ago

    Enjoyed the video very much. Love the table and think it may be possible to pull it off myself someday. How about a barn beam bench?

    • Menno l'Abée
      Menno l'Abée  4 months ago

      Thank you! A bench would make a nice set with the table!

  • Ronald Jones
    Ronald Jones 5 months ago

    Great work

  • Who Cares
    Who Cares 8 months ago +1

    Very nice table, but pull your pants up LOL

  • Weekend Builders
    Weekend Builders 8 months ago

    Nice build👌

  • Иван Line
    Иван Line 8 months ago +3

    Здорово получилось! Спасибо за идею! Появилась мысль, сделать такой у нас во дворе у дома, но в городе!)