For our media room upstairs I built this lovely balustrade coffee table using turned legs and pine boards. Stain in a combo of Weathered Oak, slight white wash, then a very sparse layer of Jacobean. It’s almost an exact replica of the Restoration Hardware version and only cost me $150 to make. Most of the cost was in the turned legs at $28 each.

For our media room upstairs I built this lovely balustrade coffee table using turned legs and pine boards. Stain in a combo of Weathered Oak, slight white wash, then a very sparse layer of Jacobean. It’s almost an exact replica of the Restoration Hardware version and only cost me $150 to make. Most of the cost was in the turned legs at $28 each.


For our media room upstairs I built this lovely balustrade coffee table using turned legs and pine boards. Stain in a combo of Weathered Oak, slight white wash, then a very sparse layer of Jacobean. It's almost an exact replica of the Restoration Hardware version and only cost me $150 to make. Most of the cost was in the turned legs at $28 each.

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