Hello again! I’m excited to share the second piece in this Geometric Furniture Collection! If you missed the first one in this series, the Geometric Bookshelf, you can go back and see it here. Sarah from The Created Home never ceases to amaze me with her mad maker skills! Grab the plans below and visit The Created Home to see Sarah’s process for making this DIY concrete and wood dining table.
When you have mitered joints like the ones in this table base, it’s best to “size the end grain” for the strongest joint. To do so, simply dilute wood glue with a 50:50 ratio with water and brush this mixture onto the end grains. Once the end grain is dry, you can apply the glue at full strength and join the mitered edges. This will help create a stronger mitered joint.
Sarah is working on a dedicated post on how she made the concrete table top, but in the meantime, my friend DIY Pete has a thorough and informative video tutorial on how to make a concrete table top here.
This concrete table top will be super heavy (over 400 pounds!), so be sure to recruit some help with lifting the table top onto the base. Stay tuned for the last two pieces in this Geometric Collection – we’ll be sharing the matching coffee and side tables next week!
*Update: check out the rest of this collection!
Could this be modified to have a wood top instead of concrete? This is beautiful! Thank you
Hello! I would love to receive the plans for this table! Thank you!
I love the dining table…
Jamie Farnsworth says
Where did you get the light above the dinning table?
Is the link for the full plans broken? I’ve entered my email, but have yet to recieve any plans in my inbox.
I’m showing that the plans were emailed to you today at 5:33pm. They may have ended up in your spam folder?
Great table, I really like it! I also signed about but did not get the plans, is it possible to get the cut list- thanks!
What kind of wood was used for this? ??
Remarkable Blog Posts!! Great work Buddy.
Pam williams says
Can I have you plans for the 72” table. That’s the size of the table I’m replacing I’m my dining room.
Renaldo Walters says
Great project, I submitted my email to receive the plans and still have not seen it. Is there anywhere you can help?
This is seriously stunning! We just wrapped up a set of outdoor Pottery Barn concrete side tables and I’m loving the wood and concrete look. Thanks for sharing this inso for an outdoor dining table option!
Hey – Love this plan! I subscribed and have not received the plans. Can you send?
Sarah Braswell says
His, I’m obsessed with this table!!! I submitted my email for the plans, do you know how long it takes to receive plans?
Megan Sherlock says
What kind of wood did you use for this table?
It looks like the dimensional lumber you’d find at any retailer, used for construction. Essentially, it looks to be pine.
Joy Peoples says
Hi! I’m wondering why you need to mill the lumber down to 2 3/4? and how do you do that?
Do you havw link for kitchen curtains?! Crushing on them
I would love the plans for the concrete topped dining table. Thank you so much!!
Is the base of this table strong enough to have no sway when people move around it, in particular with such a heavy top?
Can I get plans for a wood top version? Love the base!
Julia Daniel says
May I get the plans for this table please? Thank you!
Casey Reed says
Is there any way I can get these plans sent to me?
Thank you so much!
may i get the plans for this, dimensions cut sheet etc?
Isabelle Bourdeau says
I intend to build this table during summer. Does anyone who has it can give me some chairs pairing ideas, ideally in fabric? I’ve looked for a while on Pinterest and I did not found anything that matched my tastes. Thanks a lot!
Great question, Isabelle! Perhaps this post will be helpful to you: https://jenwoodhouse.com/how-to-choose-dining-chairs-for-your-dining-table/
Bryan Singleton says
I submitted a request for the plans and haven’t received them yet. I also checked my spam folder and nothing was in there. Is there anyway you can help?