How to Build a Modern Farmhouse Coffee Table | DIY Woodworking

How to Build a Modern Farmhouse Coffee Table | DIY Woodworking

How to Build a Modern Farmhouse Coffee Table from rough lumber all the way to finished woodworking project. We’re on the advanced side of DIY here 🙂
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This coffee table build used a lot of tools but can be done with pre-dimensioned wood and assembled with pocket holes for an easier DIY coffee table project if you want. The classic styling is a bit more modern than the typical farmhouse build and would go great in almost any home. Get the plans and build one yourself!

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20 Replies to “How to Build a Modern Farmhouse Coffee Table | DIY Woodworking”

  1. A) 10:0610:08 is THE defining shot for this video
    B) this is by far my favorite project of yours. it really shows the intricacies of a “simple-“looking table
    C) this is a coffee on which I would actually use coasters

  2. That "spags" — "bubinga" comment was the most perfect woodworking pun i've heard in a long, long time. I truly hope he messages you to give you crap, while commending you at the same time. As i haven't even finished the video yet … i'm off to my regularly schedule programming …

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