Having a coffee table next to your sofa seems like a no-brainer. Even though side tables are also a solution, a coffee table certainly makes gatherings more comfortable. If you’re thinking about making one yourself, here are some excellent DIY coffee table tutorials that I hope will be super helpful!
Concrete and wood furniture looks so classy yet modern don’t you think? Check out my free plans for this amazing concrete & wood coffee table and visit Sarah, at The Created Home for the tutorial.
Wood and steel is another stunning combo for furniture, especially if you like the rustic industrial vibe. I partnered up with Ashley and Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic and it came out great!
Shelly from 100Things2Do.ca was kind enough to share the details of her rustic industrial coffee table and the good news is you can make it for about $100.
This rustic storage coffee table seems very functional, and since it’s an easy build you might want to try it if you’re a beginner.
I’m impressed by the wonderful wood imperfections of this rustic coffee table made from sycamore wood slabs. However, those hairpin legs hint towards Mid Century Modern, which is brilliant!
Convertible furniture is one of the smartest solutions for small homes and this DIY coffee table doubles as a full-size table. Exciting, right?
Balustrade coffee tables look so fancy but where can one actually buy some balustrades? Luckily, the original post covers that, making this project more doable.
This Terrazzo-style coffee table seems like just the thing to brighten up a living room and it’s a quick build that will keep you busy on a rainy afternoon.
Let’s admit this coffee table with pullouts is practically a work of art. If you enjoy playing board games you’ll surely want to make this one.
A wood slice tabletop and hairpin legs are definitely a winning combination and this cabin chic coffee table couldn’t get more impressive.
Since we’re still in the rustic department, check out this tree stump coffee table. I think it looks very unique and appealing!
Terrariums are very trending in home decor and the truth is they are quite beautiful. This coffee table actually contains a terrarium which is quite clever and it certainly catches the eye.
If you love chunky coffee tables this project is right up your alley. This truss beam coffee table is sturdy and perfect for indoor and outdoor use.
Simple is classy! This round coffee table has a plywood top so it will be light enough to be moved around easily.
Here’s a basic coffee table design you can customize to your heart’s content with one extra perk: those little rollers at the bottom which make it super portable.
You know I’m a fan of concrete furniture so I’m definitely in love with this one. Brittany keeps things simple by using concrete pavers for the top and provides free and easy to follow plans.
This farmhouse coffee table can be easily restyled using a different stain or paint but if you want to get its original farmhouse look, the tutorial does provide the complete details.
Pallet furniture is so fascinating. You can take some plain pallets and turn them into something great without too much fuss. This gorgeous pallet coffee table also falls within those lines.
This live edge coffee table looks too good to be true. But it is 100% real, doable and remarkable.
If there’s one thing I can appreciate is furniture with hidden storage. Even if you don’t use it, it doesn’t hurt to have it. This basic project includes free plans for the storage coffee table which is suitable for beginners as well.
Furniture showing off the beauty of the wood grain has a certain appeal and this chunky coffee table proves my point. Even more, this is a super sturdy build that kids or pets won’t be able to tear apart.