A Walnut Kitchen Island

Check out the building process for this custom kitchen island. The piece features a Walnut top and a painted and distressed base with two shelves and a lean out trash can cabinet. This was my first attempt at documenting one of my projects with video. It was a ton of fun, but there was also a steep learning curve! If you liked this video and want to see more please let me know. Thanks for watching!

See what I’m building right now on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/familytablefurniture/

Music: https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads

26 Replies to “A Walnut Kitchen Island”

  1. Awesome island! I would love to build something similar for myself. Any chance you have the cut list and instructions?

  2. Looks really nice. Did you sand between coats of the water based poly? Thank you.

  3. Can’t believe you have all those high tech power tools but no jigsaw! I’ll trade ya!

  4. you guys hv very modern equipment tht cd gt ur work done easily..hw much does all those equipment cost?

  5. Love this video! Seeing this I got my own pocket hole jig (which was not that easy in Germany back then). Used it a lot. Keep up the good work!

  6. As a cabinet maker I would have take a different approach rather than a table making approach. Quite a sneaky tactic you used there it looks really really nice.

  7. Dude you earned a sub yes your woodworking top-notch, your video exceptionally done! But the thing that got me bro was the music man I looked up these tunes for my shop man well well well done!!!

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