Today I want to show you a project that’s within your reach if you have a few tools, a couple weekends, and the courage to take on something new. The result of this project is what your wife or girlfriend would call a “Rustic,” “Barn,” or “Ranch Style” wooden furniture. I call it a man of wooden furniture, because it’s made from inexpensive wood, can take a beating, and one day your grandchildren will be serving their kids "Thanksgiving" dinner on it. Being the man that built that table is great.
Most people are trying to do this as cheap as possible with out sacrificing quality. The top and sides are pine boards and the shelf, back, and bottom are sanded plywood. The trim is also pine. Be very picky when buying lumber. Spend the extra time looking through all the pieces and make sure they are flat, smooth, and not at all warped. The shape of your wood can make or break a project. Lets talk structure. This picture is of the bench standing up on its side. I hope the labels of ” top” and ” bottom” help. If I would have put the side piece over top of the top and bottom it would have been seamless when looking at it from the side. The side piece would have covered up the top and bottom piece, but structurally it would have been weak. By sandwiching it in between the top and bottom it is stronger. When you sit on it, the side piece is held in there. If I had nailed it the other way there would have been nothing under the top piece to hold the weight.
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