Butcher block kitchen table – A butcher block table adds warmth to any kitchen, because its design is reminiscent of the work tables found country kitchens, bakeries and butcher shops periods. Thick slabs of wood, with the exposed edge or end grain, are connected to a base resistant to provide a durable surface that is easy to maintain and is nick and deformation resistant timber. The portion of the finished block can be obtained by special request from his shop local home improvement and can build the base table by poplar wood and a few simple tools.
Measure and cut into eight pieces, each 34-1 / 2 inches long, Poplar 2 by 4 inches. Double the pieces to create four legs 4 by 4 inches. Apply a thin layer of wood glue to surfaces to be joined and screw setting 2 1/4 inch. Measuring 6 inches above the bottom of each butcher block kitchen table leg. Measure and chisel a notch 1-1 / 2 inches inside face of each leg.
Measure and cut two pieces of 2 by 3 inch poplar to a length of 43 inches and two pieces of 2 by 3 inches to 34 inches. Shelf of the table will frame these parts. Measuring, cutting and placing equally universal 2 by 2 inches spaced within. G
Measuring, cutting and screwing three crosses 31 inches above the floor, flush with the top and between the long sides of the skirt. Use screws 2 1/4 inch trim. Place the drill bit 1/2 inch. Drill two holes in each beam 1 by 3 inches. Apply silicone putty caulking at the upper edge of the skirt and crossbars. The butcher block kitchen table under the table.
Unit a cover screw 2-inch fender washer equipped with a 1 inch per hole drilled in the sill 1 by 3 inches and on the bottom butcher block. These screws hold the block in place and prevent deformation of the timber.