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Three Custom Takes on the Rogue Engineer Farmhouse Table

One of our favorite DIY Tutorials would have to be the Farmhouse Table created by our friend Jamison at Rogue Engineer. Jamison created a contemporary version of the farmhouse dining table by using the Osborne Square Farm Table Leg (Part #1141). The square profile legs give the table a masculine, rugged and rustic look and feel. Perfect for the modern home, this farmhouse table design can easily be modified to create your own perfect farm table!

Don’t just take our word for it! Today we would like to feature three of our crazy talented customers who created a table inspired by the Rogue Engineer design!

Square Farmhouse Dining Table

This first farmhouse design was created by our friend Andy. Andy found the Square Farm Dining Table Legs to be the perfect option for a farmhouse design for his home. Andy chose to create a stunning contrast between his natural wood table top and the table base. He finished the legs and apron pieces in white for a crisp, clean look. The top was finished with a natural stain, allowing the grain and texture of the wood to proudly shine through. Beautiful work Andy! Thank you so much for sharing your project with us!

Farm Table Design

Our second farmhouse feature comes from our friend Justin of J Squared Custom Tables. A craftsman by trade, Justin found the Square Farm Table Leg to be the perfect fit for this stunning dining table. Justin also finished his table with a delightful contrast. The base is finished in a creamy white paint, while the top is stained to really show off the natural beauty of the wood. Justin also created a matching bench for this table. The full ensemble is stunning! Thanks for sharing your design with us Justin!

Melisa Chapman

Our third farmhouse table feature today comes from our friend Melisa. Melisa also chose the Square Farm Dining Table Leg to complete the perfect table to complement her beautiful home. Finding beauty and harmony in contrast, Melisa also finished her table with a white base and dark top. The white base was also distressed for a rustic farmhouse look and fell. The top was finished very dark to add dimension to the piece. Your table is beautiful Melisa! Thank you so much for sharing!

We absolutely love these tables by Andy, Justin and Melisa! Did you fall in love with one (or all) of these designs? Create your own Farmhouse Table with plans from our friend Rogue Engineer!

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