Are you looking for an original side table where you can place books, flowers or lamp?
If you don’t want to spend too much on furniture, you can make it from almost everything, even from a simple timber!
Check out how to create your own side table in a few easy steps!
One 15cm x 245cm timber.
If you want to use the table outdoor make sure of buying a green-treated pine or cedar timber.
8 Wood Dowels
Cut 4 identical 60cm long wood pieces.
Mark 15cm down from the top of one wood piece and 5cm in from the bottom of the opposite corner. Proceed the same way for the opposite side of the timber.
Use a circular saw and cut the timber, as in the picture.
Mark 15cm down from the top left and 5cm in from the right. Do the same for the remaining timbers.
Drill 2 holes in each timber leg. They have to be large enough to fit the wood dowels. Paste the wood dowels into the holes and attach the two timber legs.
Vise the legs together until dry.
Proceed the same way with the remaining two legs.
Drill two sets of two holes on each leg and connect the pairs of legs.
Glue wood dowels into the holes. Secure them together and flatten the legs and the table’s top.
Your table is now ready! Unleash your creativity to decorate it, as you prefer.