Remember we told you about cool hairpin-legged furniture? Today I’d like to continue this theme and present you a tutorial that AbeautifulMess blog had shared – a hairpin leg dining table. Plan out how large you want the table to be. The authors took 4 long planks for the top, 9 smaller planks bracing and framing the bottom, and 2 longer small planks to frame the outer edges, 90 screws, four 3-prong hairpin legs, each is 28 inch tall. Assemble the table upside down, then flip it over, sand and prep it for staining. Be sure to wipe down and allow your table to dry before applying stain. Use a brush to lightly coat a small area and then use an old towel or cloth to wipe up any excess stain. Head over to AbeautifulMess blog for the rest of the tutorial.