We have a table & countertop! We used some “bacon wrapped” cedar as our material, 1. because of the aesthetic & 2. because its a very light wood compared to a MDF covered laminate or stone top. We need to make sure we are being very conscious of the weight we are putting in with our material choice so this was the best solution for us! Follow along as we piece together our surfaces!
Cedar – 9 Planks of rough edge cedar
2 x 4’s – 1 cut in half for our lip for the table to sit on
Sink – Gifted to us from a friend 🙂
Faucet – Still searching, anyone have any ideas?!
Drill – Pre drill holes & then used to screw
Table saw – rip boards down to desired width
Chop saw – cut boards to length
Planar – Because wood is imperfect we used this to sand down the boards to the exact thickness.
Skill Saw – Cut out sink notches in long boards
Jig Saw- round out the corners for the sink opening