Build this coffee bar table then set up a coffee bar so you can have everything you need in one spot for your morning coffee. Follow the free woodworking plans at the link to build your own.
This Shaker style end table features an open shelf as well as closed storage. Very stylish. Follow the free woodworking plans at the link and build a set for your living room today.
Follow the free step-by-step plans at the link to build your own geometric end table. It looks complicated but is actually very easy to build.
Use the free plans at the link to build a firewood holder/console table. Its a two-fer. It features a tray for catching bark and a back and sides to contain the wood. Also hidden space for lighters and firestarter.
This space saving side table has a square shape and will fit almost anywhere. The X design of the cross supports adds a little more interest. Perfect for your beverage to rest or as a plant stand. Free plans available at the link.
When finished, this simple farmhouse coffee table measures approximately 20 inches high x 25 inches wide x 52 inches long. Follow along at the link and build your own.
This open, modern dining table can sit eight comfortably and has a handsome angled base. The whole table can be built using dimensional lumber from the hardware store and the free woodworking plans at the link. Happy building.
These neat side tables could work for your living room or as bedside tables. Follow the free step-by-step plans available at the link and build your own side tables.
Follow the free woodworking plans available at the link to build your own rustic X desk. This farmhouse style desk is built using off-the-shelf lumber.
If your kids want someplace to do their thing, maybe it is time you built them a desk of their own. This one was built using plywood. Follow along at the link to see how it was built.