2@2x4x8 studs (leftover from the loft bed project) my donation to this venture ;)
4@1x3x8's (I think)
4 nylon furniture glides for the bottom of the legs
Tools used were; a mitre saw to cut everything, a pneumatic nailer to attach everything but the shelf support (screws and drill for that) and lots of glue. It still needs the holes to be filled, sanded and stained but is pretty darned impressive for a $40 investment (that total includes the cost of sandpaper and 18gauge nails to top up supplies). Total time so far, including shopping for supplies, design changes and coffee breaks, approximately 6 hours.
Please excuse the state of my basement, though if it was clean I wouldn't allow construction in there - catch 22 I guess. I think the table looks amazing and I can't wait to see it stained!
This is a detail of the top. Only thing I'd do differently is to really pay attention to the crown of the lumber when attaching the end pieces since they have a definite curve to them. Also, a lot of the boards were skewed one way or the other and even though we checked each one in the store, some not so good picks got through. I was so proud of my eight year old, standing there in the lumber aisle sighting down 1x2's while saying "Mummy, this one looks like a hockey stick. We can't use it!"