Elvida Marie Martinsen

Elvida Marie Martinsen

Elvida Marie Martinsen
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Check out how to make a DIY wooden rustic console table from 2x4s @istandarddesign

Check out how to make a DIY wooden rustic console table from 2x4s @istandarddesign

Elin Johansen, røverkofte

Elin Johansen, røverkofte

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Build a DIY Crate Coffee Table on wheels! Easy build and perfect for recycling old pallets! Free plans at www.shanty-2-chic.com

Build a DIY Crate Coffee Table on wheels! Easy build and perfect for recycling old pallets! Free plans at www.shanty-2-chic.com

DIY Chunky Farmhouse Coffee Table - Free Plans – HandmadeHaven

DIY Chunky Farmhouse Coffee Table - Free Plans – HandmadeHaven

Check how to build this easy DIY Pallet Wood Rustic Coffee Table @Industry Standard Design

Check how to build this easy DIY Pallet Wood Rustic Coffee Table @Industry Standard Design

diy coffee table free plans

diy coffee table free plans

Lift top coffee table DIY - Rustic X coffee table with a lift top.

Lift top coffee table DIY - Rustic X coffee table with a lift top.

X-frame coffee Table, airy neutrals with a pop of color...definitely do not like the skull on the wall lol

X-frame coffee Table, airy neutrals with a pop of color...definitely do not like the skull on the wall lol

Our DIY wood crate coffee table! How we did it: We used 4 wood crates from a craft store and some good 1x4s from the hardware store. First we removed the slats from one side of each crate. Then we cut them down to fit the end of the crate so when we turned it sideways, theyd be vertical on the ends of the assembled table. Cut the 1x4s for the top stained everything. Lastly, we assembled with some copper and black casters. Best tips: measure twice, cut once, and assemble on a hard flat…

Our DIY wood crate coffee table! How we did it: We used 4 wood crates from a craft store and some good 1x4s from the hardware store. First we removed the slats from one side of each crate. Then we cut them down to fit the end of the crate so when we turned it sideways, theyd be vertical on the ends of the assembled table. Cut the 1x4s for the top stained everything. Lastly, we assembled with some copper and black casters. Best tips: measure twice, cut once, and assemble on a hard flat…