This picnic table took about weekend to construct, including a trip to a home center to hand-pick the lumber and buy fasteners. One of the project's best features: The top and bench seats are made from composite decking, a material fashioned from plastic resin and sawdust. It's easy to clean, it's impervious to wood-boring insects, and it never splinters. I chose pressure-treated 2x lumber for other parts of the project—and rust-proof fasteners everywhere. I have to admit that my design is heavy. On the other hand, it's durable; this is probably the last picnic table you'll ever need.
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