The revised table have the same dimensions as before, but it's now only 2 pieces - (top and frame). The reason I made the frame one piece again is because the 2 pieces before would not stand next to each other flush - that would have bothered me a great deal. The shelf assembly will be done first, and then the frame will be attached to the shelves. Making things this way was far easier than my other builds.
After a while all the sanding was done, and I gave everything a good cleaning. Then I took advantage of the vacant apartment below mine, and moved my furniture there.
Then came the stain. Like the coffee table, end table and book shelves, I used a stain with polyurethane in it.
Then I removed everything from my current TV stand and bookshelves and put my new Entertainment Center in place.
Then I put all the other stuff on it and I'm done!!!!
I enjoyed this project, even though it was frustrating at times. This is also the last of my Rustic furniture builds, since now all the furniture in my living room has been replaced. Had I gone out and bought a new coffee table, end table, 2 book shelves and an entertainment center that all match, I honesty believe I would have spent close to $1000 or more. I think the total amount I spent on the lumber for all my rustic furniture is close to $250. They look great and they are super strong, and I take great pride in them. I think everyone should build their own furniture! Thanks for reading!!!