DIY Live Edge Walnut Dining Table | A Dwell Made Project

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In this episode of Dwell Made Ben Uyeda of HomeMade Modern makes Solid live edge walnut dining table out of a slab of walnut from The Table top is biscuit jointed and glued together with a hairpin leg base. This simple modern DIY project presents a more affordable than most pre-made store bought solid walnut tables of a similar size.
Key Products:
28” Hairpin Legs:
Walnut Slab:
Table top Resin:
Minwax Wipe-on Poly:

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  1. You could cut the paper with the slab shape and tried to combine the slices with the smallest waste 🙂 ..ofc you could also take a photo and do this on the computer. Nice table!

  2. The table looks great. Especially for a larger table I would suggest some type of reinforcement to keep it straight. One could use a special aluminum and steel dovetail batten that would work well with the slick design.

  3. The table looks good. I'm curious if there is a reason for doing the epoxy last? I have always done it first, before sanding, so that I can sand it down when I sand the rest of the slab, but I'm open to learn if there is a reason to do it the other way around. (Oh yea, and easy fix for the cloudy epoxy — just sand up to 400 or 500 grit, and it will become perfectly clear.)

  4. Gorgeous table, Ben! I like the little vein of sap wood you left in it. I think most folks would avoid that, but it looks awesome and gives it even more character.

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