How to Build a Barn Wood Dining Table and Bench

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Using repurposed barn wood, learn how to build a beautiful dining room table and bench! Learn how to plan and create a custom piece for your home with reclaimed materials.

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30 Comments

  1. Tom DeHaven says:

    why didn't you use a Carriage Bolt? you could have painted it flat black.

  2. the top looks great

  3. fastmadone says:

    I'm a fan of weather wood, your table and bench look good. I used old wood to make my wife a coffee table and the epoxy really showed all the colors in the wood, much like your table top.  I did a similar project, a coffee table (not the one for my wife), using epoxy. It's posted on my site, stop by and check it out sometime and keep up the good work!

  4. hi there.. can i ask if the epoxy is a sealer or finsh?thanks

  5. brodienation says:

    Awesome brother. Now I am very curious about the epoxy finish. I am almost finished with my "farm table" and it looks like that finish will satisfy the look and durability I am looking for.

  6. Never Mind says:

    I can appreciate your enthusiasm to experiment with free wood but I saw so many fundamental mistakes at the beginning I decided to skip to the end to avoid the torture that your building techniques were causing me to suffer. You should probably read Tage Frid or someone who can explain about wood movement and proper joining of wide surfaces before wasting more valuable pine. Just sayin.

  7. Nyssa Kranz says:

    I think you did a brilliant job on this. it is a very beautiful table! I can not wait to start on trying to do this myself! thank you :)

  8. sick job on the table it looks awesome

  9. did the wood move at all? did any gaps open up? looks good

  10. Love your tutorial!

  11. Data Roman says:

    he is not showing anything, stupid

  12. Im using woodprix instructions to make it and I do it already :)

  13. Henry Pascal says:

    I’ll put this on my list after I finish this really cool project for a bench I found in Woody Hyezmar’s plan, as seen on his website. Thanks for the video!

  14. Excellent job, I wish I can pay you to make me a table

  15. HNIZAR45 says:

    sorry bad video you talk you talk and finaly we didn't seen how you made de work sorry that's my opinion

  16. pinoyblues says:

    that is beautiful i wanted to make one but Im not skillful carpenter

  17. Lee Goins says:

    just about useless, you didn't show anything…

  18. Cody B. says:

    Was this the first table you ever built?

  19. Guy Davis says:

    This is cool! With these plans I am sure to build hundreds of woodworks [Link Here==https://t.co/VDdPdA3doT ]. I'm now on the finishing stage of building a wooden bed, after that I will go on to build side stools, drawers, shelves etc. Thank you for such a rich collection. I'm grateful.

  20. Roney Duarte says:

    very good job! Congratulations

  21. I think you need to take some time and go to woodprix website to learn how to make it.

  22. Ravi Tamang says:

    Great Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you thought about – Rassiff Amazing Woodwork Blaster (do a google search)? It is an awesome one of a kind guide for over 16,000 wordworking plans minus the hard work. Ive heard some super things about it and my mate finally got cool success with it.

  23. I made it with woodprix handbooks !

  24. Dave Falzone says:

    you should go back to High School and take a shop class.

  25. Fred Polster says:

    You could make it yourself, just loook and learn from woodprix .

  26. Frank Woods says:

    Props for this video! It truly helped me figure out some things. I haven't started with Hyezmar's Woodworking Bible yet, but I googled and downloaded it. Good luck!

  27. Brastius says:

    Just FYI, Woodprix is a scam. They take everyone else's plans and sell them as their own.

  28. Vadym Shatov says:

    I made it by myself. I used woodprix scripts for that.

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