Rustic Coffee Table
This rustic coffee table is an easy weekend build. It has many fun design elements such as nuts and bolts to give it a rustic yet industrial look. This is a great addition to most living room decors.
- 18 Board , 1x3 , 96"
- 2 Board , 1x2 , 96"
Hardware & Supplies
- 18 1 ¼” Pocket Hole Screws
- 18 3/8-in-16 x 3-in bolts
- 18 3/8-in-16 hex nuts
- 18 3/8-in x 7/8-in flat washers
- 48 1 ¼” wood screws
- 1 120 Sandpaper
- 1 Kona Wood Stain
Cut boards and drill holes needed
Cut all boards according to the cut list. Drill holes with a 3/8" spade bit in the (12) 19" boards and the (9) 25" boards. The picture shows the location of the holes.
Drill pocket holes
Drill pocket holes in
the 25” boards.
They should be 6” from
the edge of each side.
Sand or Paint Boards
Completely sand your boards and paint or stain. This is very difficult to do once the table is assembled.
Place two of the 18” 1x2 boards
across eight of your 48” 1x3
boards and screw in with 1 ¼”
wood screws. Repeat until you
have three shelf units. 1x2 boards
should be placed 6” from each edge.
Assemble Legs of Table
Place 3 – 1x3 @ 25” between
3- 1x3 @ 19”. Secure with a
bolt, washer, and hex nut.
The holes drilled with the spade
bit will be the placement of the
boards. Tighten the nuts to ensure
the stability of the table. Make three
Install Shelf Units to Legs
Attach the shelf units you
assembled in step 4 to the leg
supports with pocket hole screws.