Roundup: DIY Farmhouse Tables

It seems that everywhere you look these days, farmhouse tables are THE table for the dining room. Be it in an urban loft, a suburban bungalow or in its classic home (an actual farmhouse), this style of table is versatile, stylish and durable.
The only downside to farmhouse tables is that they often come with a steep price tag. But they don’t have to, just take a look at these DIY versions…

Farmhouse Table Remix by The Real Housewives of Buck County


Farmhouse Dining Table & Bench by Landlocked


Farmhouse Table Plans & Refinishing Tips by Perfectly Imperfect


DIY Modern Farm Dining Table by made by bird


aka design farmhouse table

Rustic Farmhouse Table by aka design


DIY Farmhouse Table by 1 Sew Green Mama


DIY Rustic Farmhouse Table by The Quaint Cottage


Farm Table Tutorial by Miss Mustard Seed


Industrial Table Base Tutorial by frugal farmhouse design


How To Build A Farmhouse Table by the little red house


Now the next time you see a farmhouse table with a hefty price tag, you can smile as you pass it by – and go create one all your own for much less!

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  1. says

    Thanks for your post on farm tables. We have one that was purchased over 10 years ago, well before the price hike, thank goodness. I love that my kids have their “spots” to sit and I can see my daughters name carved into it from printing too hard when she was younger, my sons fork indents from when he wasn’t even old enough to speak well, each mark has a story, and we comment on them from now and then during our family dinners. That was exactly the reason I made the purchase long ago. I also like all the different pics you posted as I am struggling with my seating. I hate mine, and am trying to talk my hubby into a bench on one side (window side) and new chairs around the rest, he is not a bench lover. Anyway thanks so much, Sharon

  2. says

    I love when a rust farmhouse table is paired with really polished or upholstered chairs! And farmhouse tables would be great for life with small kids I bet. Thanks for the great ideas!


    • aka design says

      Well the cracks are a slight nuisance with spills…but farmhouse tables do take A LOT of abuse!