The look and durability of natural stone—the cost and simplicity of concrete makes this concrete table an attractive build.
A simple, inexpensive outdoor table with modern styling that you can build in an afternoon. Seats four and features a slatted top and bottom stretcher.
Free simple easy step by step project plan to build a Restoration Hardware inspired end table. Features simple design, slatted top with breadboard ends.
Sometimes simpler is better, and these bar-height table and chairs show how well good looks and clean lines can go together.
This table is just the right size for one person to spread out the Sunday paper, or for two people to have lunch. It has three feet instead of four, so it sits firmly on an uneven surface, and it has a turned central column instead of legs.
Looking back at this patio table building list, most of this seems pretty obvious. But as the say, hindsight, 20/20, yadda yadda.
This sturdy white-oak table will last a lifetime and will not blow over.
There are a lot of outdoor table styles. But for some reason, I’ve always liked the look of tall cafe tables. So when it came time to build a table as part of our outdoor kitchen, going tall inches was a natural choice.
Marilyn thought it would be nice to have a little folding table for when we are camping. A place to sit our frosty mochas when we wind down from the days activities. Not only did the table need to fold up but it also need to be light. I think this simple design accomplished both.
Built with ceramic tiles and cedar, this games table is tough enough to stay outdoors all year long.