Hello and happy August! I’m thrilled to be teaming up with the folks at BuildSomething.com again to bring you the free plans for this chic DIY console table. Would you believe that you can make this table for less than $50, from a single sheet of plywood?
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Kreg just released a new product called the Accu-Cut Circular Saw Guide Track System. This track system allows you to rip or crosscut large sheet goods (plywood, MDF, particle board, etc.) by providing a non-slip guide for your circular saw. It can be used in conjunction with the Rip-Cut to cut down large panels to more manageable sizes.
To celebrate the release of the Accu-Cut, Kreg is holding a One Sheet Contest, where folks can create a project using only one sheet of plywood, MDF, or particle board. Sounds fun, right? The contest runs until September 30th so that gives you 2 whole months to get building!
That prize package is pretty spectacular, don’t you think? The Kreg Foreman is one of my favorite tools and it’s up for grabs! You don’t want to miss out on this contest. You can enter by uploading your project images to Kreg or posting on Instagram using the hashtag #KregOneSheetContest. Good luck and happy building!
So here’s what I came up with my single sheet of plywood:
Console tables are so versatile. They work well in an entryway, hallway, or anywhere else in your home so I chose to turn my sheet of plywood into a DIY console table. I love its minimalist design – simple, yet stunning. Plywood never looked so good!
I styled this DIY console table in two different places in our home because my husband loves nothing more than rearranging furniture.
On his day off.
He also enjoys hanging mirrors, curtain rods, and other home decor Honey Do’s.
(Okay, not really.)
Are you ready to participate in Kreg’s One Sheet Challenge? What will you make out of a single sheet of plywood?
If you’d like to build this DIY console table, you can download the free step-by-step plans on BuildSomething.com.
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