Sleek and Stylish DIY Coffee Tables

Some of the most popular projects on DYSS are the DIY furniture projects… there is no better way to get exactly what you want, at a lower price and higher quality, than to make it yourself. These sleek and stylish DIY coffee table projects would look awesome in any home, and you can’t find them in any store either, so you know they are one of a kind. Who doesn’t want a unique element in every room? So give one (or more) of these DIY projects a try!




Our featured project, above and below, is by Anna from Plan B. This DIY pallet coffee table is so simple, and I love it’s low lines, but it has personality too.



‘For Me, For You’ found a way to create this DIY copper coffee table, and shares how she did it. Pretty! Looks high end, and will last.




This Mid Century inspired coffee table is simple… rustic plank, hairpin legs. Done! You can find hairpin legs on Etsy.




Those of you who know we feature a lot of Ana Whites woodworking plans and projects, know she is amazing, and so are the DIY’ers who do her projects! This is a weathered wood coffee table one of her readers made from her coffee table plans.




BHG created this repurposed coffee table with two crates and a sheet of glass. Attach the crate together with screws or brackets to make the table stable. Nice for a small space!



This DIY industrial coffee table is a lot easier than it looks, make sure you jump on over and check out the tutorial from Lowes. Also great size for a small room!




‘The Shabby Creek Cottage’ shows us how to make thisĀ DIY farmhouse coffee table for less than $25, and in under an hour! A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!



Another budget project, this factory cart coffee table by ‘Saved by Love Creations’ was made for less than $50… and with pallet wood, so you are repurposing! (Plus you get that cool, aged wood vibe.)

Sleek and Stylish DIY Coffee Tables


Our last one for you is this cart style coffee table made from old cedar fence boards, by Kristi from Addicted to Decorating. I am amazed at what can be made from repurposed materials!


Image Credits: Ana White, Plan B, For Me, For You, Shelterness, BHG, Lowes, The Shabby Creek Cottage, Saved By Love Creations, Addicted to Decorating



  1. Dawne Forrester
    April 9, 2017 / 10:50 am

    you will need a hole saw that is 3″ in diameter and an extension bit that is about 8″ or more long. Hope that helps.

    March 19, 2017 / 2:55 am

    Help please! How do I drill a three inch hole into a block of wood to a depth of 10 inches. The block of wood is 18 inches wide and 24 inches tall?

    • Kathy Woodard
      March 21, 2017 / 3:30 pm

      Anyone have an answer here?

      • J Burdette
        September 29, 2017 / 1:49 pm

        A 3″ self feed bit and an extension to match. May have to go to plumbing or electrical supply house to find one locally. Requires a heavy duty 1/2″ drill with a long accessory handle attached. Use carefully. This can hurt you. A drill press would work and be safer if the piece can be placed under it.

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