Dining tables are a place for gathering and fellowship, which is one of the main reasons I love building them. Not only are they a place for family and friends to spend quality time together, dining tables can also be a beautiful statement piece in a home. Check out these DIY dining tables below – they’re stylish, functional, and more cost-effective than the store-bought variety!
This DIY Concrete and Wood Dining Table is part of the Geometric Furniture Collection Sarah from The Created Home and I designed. Get the free plans from the link below and visit the tutorial for the complete instructions.
Sometimes simple is best – I love the modern, clean lines of this dining table. The box joints make it truly unique as they provide some subtle detail, don’t you think?
Round tables have their own unique charm and this one is made from gorgeous reclaimed wood. Once again, my skilled friend Sarah from The Created Home made the tutorial for this table and you can get the free plans from the link below.
There’s a certain appeal to chunky furniture like this amazing dining table. I teamed up with my friend Timisha from Toolbox Divas on this DIY Dining Table. The extra thick table top is to die for!
Making this charming farmhouse dining table isn’t as difficult as you might think. I used off-the-shelf lumber and pre-fabricated turned furniture legs for an easy and accessible build.
I had the plans for this massive beauty for quite a while until Sue from The Widow’s Workshop tackled this project and wrote a full tutorial for it. This dining table is very sturdy and you can easily change its look with paint or wood stain.
Can you believe this fancy DIY dining table cost less than $100 to build? The store-bought look-a-like is priced at almost $1300! Another reason why I prefer to build rather than buy.
You might not believe how affordable this DIY modern dining table is. In fact, most of the wood was salvaged and the results are simply perfect.
If you don’t have a lot of experience with power tools and you like the farmhouse style this project is the perfect place to start.
The boards making this table’s top look like a puzzle which is awesome! It was made using scrap wood so if you have some there’s no need to buy new boards.
Round tables are perfect for intimate gatherings! The best part is, this round trestle table costs only $40 to make.
X-brace tables are so fun to make and this one has a charming rustic industrial vibe to it, thanks to the metal pipe support beam.
Not sure what I love more about this table: the glossy herringbone top or the tapered legs. Regardless, it’s brilliant!
Ever wonder how to make new wood look like old barn wood? Check out the details on this DIY dining table.
Sometimes simple is best. I love the “no frills” approach to this DIY dining table.
Having an outdoor dining table is a wonderful idea and this one has a modern chunky look and is sealed for outdoor use.
If modern is more your style, you’ll love this sleek DIY dining table with steel hairpin legs.
I love knock-off furniture and this rustic dining table was inspired by one from Pottery Barn. But here’s the good news: it was built for about $60 in materials!
Speaking of knock-offs, here’s another brilliant one. This West Elm-inspired table is a bit sturdier than the original and also much more affordable!
I love the rustic and modern vibe of this DIY dining table. The hairpin legs keep things sleek and chic and the reclaimed wood top is simply stunning.
Pallet wood furniture has been all the rage for the last several years for its affordability and availability. Here’s a DIY outdoor pallet wood table that’s casual and fun, perfect for that impromptu picnic.
I hope these DIY dining table ideas inspired you. Download your favorite DIY dining table plan and let me know how your project goes!