Reclaimed Wood Dining Table Round

Reclaimed Wood Dining Table Round

1. How to make a perfectly round table top (using a router)

In this video I go through the steps of using a plunge router to cut out a circular table top. This method works incredibly well and has given me way better results than using a jigsaw. Check it out!

**Tools used in this video**
Dewalt router:

Filmed with a GoPro Hero 6 Black, edited in iMovie!

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2. Giant reclaimed wood table build

Dusty builds a giant 12'x4' custom reclaimed wood table with timer frame base.

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3. Expanding Round Dining Table from Western Heritage Furniture

Western Heritage Furniture's latest creation is an expanding round table built for Connie Sondeno in Wyoming. This is a custom, one of a kind expanding round table with 8 "pie" shaped pieces that hide 8 leaves underneath to expand from 70" in diameter to 85" in diameter.

Western Heritage Furniture builds extraordinary reclaimed wood furniture from the salvaged wood of old barns, buildings and other American structures, originally constructed from old growth timber more than a century ago. Maintaining a "green" ideal since 1991 when we first started making furniture from recycled logs salvaged from slash-and-burn piles in the Pacific Northwest. Over the years we have grown to be one of America's premiere furniture builders by striving to be extraordinary in everything we do.


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4. Reclaimed Wood Dining Table Build - With Removable Legs - 100+ year old barn wood

In this video I Build a Reclaimed wood dining room table with 100+ year old barn wood, and go over how I make it with Removable Legs. If you enjoy the video please leave a thumbs up and drop a comment!
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Tools/items used below
Hanger Bolts -
Wen Jointer with cast iron base -
Finish (doesnt change the color) -
M12 installation drill -
My favorite Sander -

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5. Vintage Work Table Built with Reclaimed Wood and Homemade Dowels!

In this video, I'm making a really old looking work table using reclaimed wood from two building I tore down in my yard. Enjoy.

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6. EASY Round Rustic Table Tops | How To!

In this video I show you how to make a really simple 30" round table top that can be accomplished with just some basic tools and materials. These are great for parties or as finished pieces around your house. I construct the tables using rough band sawed pine and sand them to a nice smooth finish!

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Flap disc:

Inside corner disc (AMAZING):

Wire Wheel:

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Articulated Vise:

Bosch Portable Bandsaw ( 18V)

Porter Cable Restorer:

Lincoln 120V Welder ( good for a home shop)

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7. Reclaimed Wood Dining Table (The West Belle) Build, Part 2 of 3

Reclaimed Wood Dining Table ("The West Belle") Build, Part 2of 3
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8. How to cut out a round table top from reclaimed wood

Here is a video of a round table we are building. One of our lead carpenters, custom built this router trammel for our Festool plunge router, which is a jig that we use for cutting out round table tops. With most routers you only want to take off 1/8th of an inch per pass, but with the Festool OF 2200, it’s powerful enough to go through this 1" table top in a single pass. The wood we used is pretty rare & special, it’s some of the last pieces we have left over from the 1870’s Acworth, GA Train Depot we deconstructed 2 years ago.

9. DIY Round Farmhouse Dining Table | Modern Builds | EP. 52

Today on Modern Builds we're making a 6' round farmhouse style dining table using all 2-by and 4-by construction lumber. No complex joinery or special tools required. Be sure to check out the written article for a full materials and supplies list, along with step by step written plans.

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Doweling Jig:
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10. The Salvaged Wood Collection

11. ✔ DiResta Reclaimed Wood Table

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12. 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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** Things I used **

East Coast 1:1 Epoxy:
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Aluminum Tape:
Tape Measure:
Block Plane:
My Camera -
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13. Building a Reclaimed Wood Top Dining Table | Modern Builds | EP. 70

Today I'll be pairing a reclaimed Douglas fir top with a maple French Farm Base from . The contrast between the rustic top made of salvaged wood and the elegant base make for a really intriguing look that I'm excited to share with you!

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My Base:
Rubio Monocoat:
Circular Saw Blade: (Amazon)
1/2" Doweling Jig: (Amazon)

Check out the written article for a step by step guide if you're going to build this project for yourself!

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Protective coat on reclaimed wood dining table
Product - General finishes water base top coat

15. Introducing the Hampton - the Rustic Round Dining Table

The Hampton Dining Table is the ultimate blend of a rustic industrial dining room table! This round dining table is Amish handcrafted with solid Reclaimed Barnwood, solid barnwood trestle base, and steel supports. Available in Natural and Provincial Stains.

This table is available from 42" diameter to 60", and the option to add 2 leaf extensions (adds 12" each to make the table longer!). That way, you can expand it for dinner parties so everyone can gather around the table comfortably.

Learn more about the Avon Walnut Dining Table here:

Want to see what other dining tables we offer? Browse our collection reclaimed barnwood dining tables here.

Live close to PA? Come visit our warehouse/showroom to see all of our solid wood furniture first hand! We offer dining furniture, living room furniture, and more. American made, heirloom quality. We hope to see you soon! Give us a call!
Phone: 610-652-5066
Address (warehouse & showroom): 2180 Colflesh Rd. Perkiomenville, PA 18074

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