Oh, hi to you too. Sorry, I didn’t see you there because I have gigantic hearts in my eyes for this stunning DIY waterfall console table. I mean, can you even with this beautiful thing? Sleek. Modern. Minimal. Sexy.
(I’m still talking about the table)
This spectacular entryway table was designed and built by my good friend and rockstar maker, Alex Mazhukhin, aka Mr. Build-It. I was so excited when he reached out to me to draw up the plans to share with you all – we’d love for you to be able to build this entryway table for your own homes! You can download the plans by clicking the gray button below, but be sure to stop by Mr. Build-It’s YouTube channel and blog, where he shares his entire step-by-step building process.
Alex milled his own boards from rough sawn lumber, but I’ve drawn up the plans so that you don’t have to. The plans are written in such a way that you can build this DIY waterfall console table with off-the-shelf lumber from the big box stores. However, if you’d like to mill your own lumber, even better! In fact, you’ll likely find a larger variety of wood species at a local lumberyard than you would at the home improvement centers. But for those of you without a table saw or jointer, the plans reflect standard nominal width boards.
Alex used mortise and tenon joinery on this project, but I wrote the plans with pocket hole joinery to make it easier and more accessible for most. He also used white oak for the table and poplar for the drawer faces and he’s showing you how he created that cool geometric pattern on the front as well – check out his YouTube video. And while you’re there, hit that subscribe button so you can keep up with more of his stunning projects, like his DIY modern dining table, leaning ladder bookshelf, and hexagon coffee table. I mean, seriously? Can he just go ahead and come out with his own furniture line already?!?!