Build a rustic-chic dining table that features a glass-capped tabletop filled with sand, sea glass and your favorite seashells.
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Cut a piece of 3/4" plywood to 28" x 64" with 4" x 45-degree facets in each corner. Temporarily set up the plywood and legs on a flat surface and check for square. Measure the distance between each leg; cut comparable 2" x 3" framing pieces out of 2" x 4" material. Route a 3/4" x 3/4" notch in the 2" cut face of each framing piece and miter the corners at 45 degrees to fit perfectly to the angled legs.
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