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Industrial Console Table Tutorial

I wanted an industrial style console table for our new foyer, but I was not impressed with the hefty price tags they came with. After getting some inspiration online I decided I could make one myself. I used left over butcher block from our kitchen remodel for the table top and shelves and conduit piping for the legs. To really up the industrial look I used a two tone stain treatment on the wood and metal to add depth and give the illusion of age. Get all the nitty gritty details to build your own here:http://simplyswider.com/diy-industrial-table-tutorial/
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $50 Difficulty: Advanced

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  • Beverly P
    Beverly P Jasper, GA

    I'd put some old wheels on it...looks great!

  • CraftingStuff
    CraftingStuff Sumter, SC

    Love it.

  • Z

    Stephanie, I love it! I'm clipping this for when our son get's his own place. Thanks for sharing it.
    And your basket has me drooling enough to fill it up!

  • Gwen
    Gwen Anderson, CA

    Great look...I like the second shelf. What type of a bolt did you use on the conduit to hold that shelf up?

  • Simply Swider- Stephanie
    Simply Swider- Stephanie Virginia Beach, VA

    Thanks @Gwen ! We used compression couplings to hold the weight of the self. The couplings are held in placing with set screws drilled in from the sides.

    • Gwen
      Gwen Anderson, CA

      @Simply Swider- Stephanie Thank you! I'm building a shelf with a dog bed underneath...this is a good start.

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