One Sheet Plywood Console

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jenwoodhouse added on 7/29/2017

Build this stylish console table out of a single sheet of plywood! Its minimalist yet chic design makes it a versatile piece that will look stunning anywhere in your home.

Directions

Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Build the Two Sides

Measure, mark, and cut side legs and short aprons to size. Drill 3/4-inch pocket holes into the ends of the short aprons and attach to the side legs with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws. Be sure to drill 3/4-inch pocket holes facing up in the side legs to attach the top in later steps.

2

Add the Front and Back Legs

Measure, mark, and cut the front and back legs to size. Attach the front and back legs to the side legs with 1 1/4-inch brad nails and wood glue.

3

Attach the Bottom Shelf

Measure, mark, and cut bottom shelf to size. Drill 3/4-inch pocket holes into the ends and attach to the sides with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws.

4

Add the Long Aprons To the Bottom

Measure, mark, and cut long aprons to size. Attach to carcass as shown with 1 1/4-inch brad nails and wood glue.

5

Add the Long Aprons To the Top

Measure, mark, and cut long aprons to size. Drill 3/4-inch pocket holes into the ends and attach to carcass with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws. Be sure to drill 3/4-inch pocket holes facing up to attach the top in later steps.

6

Attach the Middle Legs

Measure, mark, and cut middle legs to size. Drill 3/4-inch pocket holes into the ends, find the midpoint in the carcass and attach middle legs with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws.

7

Add the Curved Details

Measure, mark, and cut curved pieces out with a jigsaw, bandsaw, or scroll saw. Attach as shown with wood glue and 1 inch brad nails.

8

Add the Underside Support

Measure, mark, and cut middle support to size. Drill 3/4-inch pocket holes into ends and attach as shown with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws.

9

Attach the Top

Measure, mark, and cut top to size. Position over the carcass with a 1/2-inch overhang on all sides. Attach with 1 1/4-inch pocket screws driven from the aprons underneath.

10

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Materials Required:

Wood Products:

(1) 3/4" Thick, Full Sheet, Plywood  

Hardware/Supplies:

Parts/Cut List:

(1) Top, 3/4" x 61" x 16-1/2"  
(1) Bottom, 3/4" x 58-1/2" x 14"  
(4) Long Aprons, 3/4" x 53" x 2-1/2"  
(4) Short Aprons, 3/4" x 9" x 2-1/2"  
(6) Front, Back, Middle Legs, 3/4" x 32-1/2" x 3-1/2"  
(4) Side Legs, 3/4" x 32-1/2" x 2-1/2"  
(24) Curved Pieces, 3/4" x 3-1/2" x 3-1/2"  

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