DIY Coastal Console Table

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charlestoncrafted added on 11/18/2019

This console table has a rustic coastal look. It is perfect for a guest bedroom, living room, or entryway. You can mix up the look to match your space using different stains or finishes. This is perfect for our guests who need space to put suitcase underneath and small items on top!

Directions

Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Make cuts

Make cuts according to the cut list.

2

Drill Pocket Holes

Drill two pocket holes in the ends of the Top Leg Supports, Bottom Leg Supports, and Side Braces. Drill pocket holes necessary to attach the top pieces together.

3

Create tabletop

Connect the Top pieces together. Router edge for finished look.

4

Build the base

Build the front and back of the base by attaching the Top Leg Supports to the top of the Legs, then connecting the Bottom Leg Supports to the Legs where they fit flush.

5

Attach the legs

Attach the two leg frames using the Side Braces. Attach them flush at the top and lined up with the Bottom Leg Supports. Use a nail gun to attach the slats along the Bottom Leg Supports.

6

Attach the top to the base

Attach the top to the base using wood glue and clamps.

7

Finish

Stain or paint as desired.

8

See more at CharlestonCrafted.com

Visit our site https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/diy-coastal-console-table/ for all the details including the specific cut list!

Tools Used:

Materials Required:

Wood Products:

(1) 1x3, 54 feet, Board  

Hardware/Supplies:

Parts/Cut List:

(1) Cut List on www.charlestoncrafted.com, 1x1x1  

Extras:

https://www.charlestoncrafted.com/diy-coastal-console-table/ Visit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEwFjyc07q0&t=3s Visit

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