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Builders Showcase // Pottery Barn Inspired Hudson Console With A Twist

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The Design Confidential Builders Showcase // Pottery Barn Inspired Hudson Console With A Twist

I started out building this table as a birthday present for my wife. I ALMOST had it made in time for her birthday too until I had the idea to create a herringbone pattern on the table top. This is the love of my life were building this for, after all, and I wanted her to LOVE it. I used my biscuit jointer to create the pattern on the table top. This is a combination of pine and maple. Maple in the corners and pine as the slats. The rest of the table, with the exception of the drawer rails are all oak. I really like the way it turned out, and more importantly, so does my wife!

The Design Confidential Builders Showcase // Pottery Barn Inspired Hudson Console With A Twist

Estimated Cost 

400 USD

Length of Time 

50 hours

Modifications 

Herringbone pattern on the table top

Lumber Used 

Frame – oak

Table top – combination of oak, maple, and pine

Finishing Technique 

Verathane cognac topped with 2 coats of minwax satin

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