DIY Outdoor Coffee Table

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anikasdiylife added on 4/4/2016

A simple outdoor coffee table to match any patio set for under $15. Overall dimensions - 35" x 22" and 17 3/4" high.

Directions

Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Make side frames

Create the 2 side frames using the Legs, short apron and the bottom leg supports. The bottom leg support are 3" from the edge of the leg.

2

attach long aprons

Attach the long aprons and create the table frame.

3

Attach bottom support

Attach the bottom long support. This is 7.75" from the side of the leg.

4

Attach table supports

Attach the table top supports. I attached these 11" from each end.

5

Assemble table top slats

Assemble the table top slats onto the frame. I used 1.5" overhang on both sides of the slats. The first slat was attached flush on the inside edge of the long apron giving a 1" overhang in the front of the table. I used a yard stick which was about 1/4" thick as a spacer between the slats.

Tools Used:

Materials Required:

Wood Products:

(3) 2x2, 96", Board  
(4) 1x3, 96", Board  

Hardware/Supplies:

Parts/Cut List:

(4) Legs, 17" x 2" x 2"  
(4) Short Aprons and Leg Supports, 17" x 2" x2"  
(2) Top Supports, 17" x 2" x 2"  
(2) Long Aprons, 29" x 2" x 2"  
(1) Bottom Long support, 29" x 2" x 2"  
(8) Top Slats, 35" x 1" x 3"  

Extras:

http://www.anikasdiylife.com/diy-outdoor-coffee-table/ Visit

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