My DIY farmhouse coffee table with turned legs proves to be as easy-to-build as it is beautiful while its bottom shelf provides lots of hidden storage!
We built our coffee table several years ago and it has served us well ever since. I recently sold our old couch on Facebook Marketplace and was too lazy to move the coffee table to take the photo. It was when I got several offers for the coffee table that was not for sale, that I realized it might be worth doing a post on how we built it. One lady even offered me $500 for it!
Combining form and function, this DIY farmhouse coffee table with turned legs is as functional as it is stylish. This table has served us well over the years and has even endured lots of abuse. Also, the bottom shelf provides lots of space for hiding toys or magazines in baskets underneath.
Not only was I able to save a ton of money by using lower grade pine, it’s also more durable than most hardwoods. I used a faux stain (How To Apply Paint That Looks Like Wood) on this coffee table which is more gorgeous than any traditional stain I’ve used. Also, there are never any irreversible surprises with faux stains!
Not only did I save a lot by building a coffee table instead of buying one but this farmhouse coffee table can easily be customized to your style. You can paint it in any color as well as use one of my faux stain techniques with latex paint.
A stunning coffee table can change the whole outlook of your living room and these plans will give you a solid furniture piece for a fraction of what you’d pay in a store.
These DIY Farmhouse Coffee Table Plans Will Give You A:
- Perfectly sized, beautiful coffee table that will be the centerpiece of your living room
- Large bottom shelf for hidden storage of toys, magazines, or blankets
- Quick and easy build process for beginning woodworkers
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