Round Plywood Coffee Table
This diy round coffee table is made out of 3/4" plywood. The fun part about this table is that when you cut the circle out of 3/4" plywood, you use the off cuts to make the legs!
There's also a matching chair to this set! https://learn.kregtool.com/plans/plywood-lounge-chair/
- 1 Half sheet plywood , 4'x4'x3/4"
Hardware & Supplies
- 1 Wood glue
- 1 Box of 1 1/4" Kreg pocket-hole screws (see tools list)
- 1 Wood putty or dowels to fill pocket holes
- 1 Sandpaper - 150 grit and 220 grit
- 1 Tinted wood stain, or finish of choice
Cut square out of plywood
Cut a 36" square of 3/4" thick plywood.
Cut a circle
Locate the center and then cut a 28” diameter circle. In the video i said 30“ but 28” gives a better leg taper.
Cut the leftover piece with a circular hole into the 4 legs.
Measure 2" in and cut off a triangular piece to taper the legs.
Cut legs 3 and 4
Hand draw and cut a curve on Leg 3 then use it to trace and cut Leg 4.
Cut legs 1 and 2
Trim Leg 1 and 2 so that the outside edge is 1-1/2” inches from the outer table edge.
Attach legs 3 and 4
Glue Legs 3 and 4 together and then connect to table top with pocket holes.
Attach legs 1 and 2
Screw Legs 1 and 2 to both the table top and to Legs 1 and 2.