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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20 Replies to “DIY Farmhouse Dining Table w/ Epoxy Inlays Using Reclaimed Barnwood”

  1. My friend for sharing such wonderful work of yours in a very affordable cost [ Check Details Here=> ]. The quality of the work and the materials far exceeds the price. This is the best offer so far.

  2. It is the hardest thing to work with old wood. You think it is easy because the material is so dry, but in my point of view it is absolutly the opposite. You did a very nice job indeeed!

  3. Plenty of great ideas, however, it would be nice to see such a project without the use of a ton of expensive equipment.

  4. Awesome job brother. I appreciate you talking about your mistakes. Helps me to think of things that could go wrong on my projects that aren’t even the same application. That band saw needed a new blade dude!! Lol

  5. Hello @jonnybuilds. I admire your determination in this build!! May I ask if this was a table you ended up selling? or were compensated to make? I am an aspiring furniture builder and business owner, and I have quickly realized how difficult it can be to track how much time a task will take, and how to adequately charge for the time and effort, and still make a profit. Any ideas how to do so?

  6. This takes a lot of time and people will pay for the work. I am going to start with pre built wood furniture and work up to something like this. Great video to show the skills and tools necessary to do a project like this correctly.

  7. Johnny,

    That's some really nice work. A slow overview of the finished table would be greatly appreciated.

    To those who believe this isn't a true DIY – Yes it is. I know we all see the specialized tools involved, but you can do the same with less expensive equipment. It does take longer though. I do projects like this with a compound miter saw, circular saw, hand held router, Router planing sled, low-cost table saw, random orbital sander and a 6" planer. All told, I have less than $2000 in my tools. Sure, there are a lot more accessories (clamps, saw horses, supports, etc…) but it is definitely doable.

    It's not the cost of the tools that matters, it's the care you put into your work.

  8. Beautiful work! I do believe all the resin tinting will date stuff soon. Black or clear is classic. Great work though. Just my 2 c worth! Timber was beautiful!

  9. You really did this project justice. You don't skip steps, you just do it right. Great job, this table is beautiful! 👏🏼👏🏼😎
    You have allowed the wood to retain its character.

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