The rod above the table was purchased at a store called
They now have an online store www.rodworks.com
Okay here it is my DIY table tutorial. If you have any questions please leave a comment and I will get to you asap. If you build this table please send me pictures I would LOVE to see what you build.
****I missed a few boards on this list below:****
(Front): 2 (2x6's) 47" long
(Back): 1 (2x6) 47" long
I layed it all out and ended up cutting off the legs they were too long so i cut them down to 32 inches(as listed) You can tweek your table to any measurement you would like.
I used glue and screws to put this together it will be more secure if you use both. You don't need a ton of glue just a bead down each board, screw it together and let dry.
Here is a good pic of the whole table and what it should look like during the process.
This is it all assembled so you can see just how it is put together
I am not sure how much this table would have cost because I already had the wood, but it would be easy to price out at Lowe's or Home Depot. Just take the cut list and go to the store and see how many of each board you need (just pick out the straightest ones)They will also cut the wood for you to the lengths needed. I have had better luck at Lowe's they never charge me unless I have a ton of wood to cut.
If I had to guess I would say this would cost under $100.
(pretty good deal since you can't buy a good sofa table for under that.)
I get my Walnut gel stain at Sherwin Williams its around $17.00 for a quart
Don't be timid when applying this gel, I just dump a blop on the table and start spreading until in is the color I want.
Good luck everyone!! Happy building.