Easy DIY Waterfall Bench

6 Materials
$50
2 Hours
Easy
Are you looking for a DIY wooden bench that is easy and quick to make but still looks great and has great function too? Our tutorial will be perfect for you. We designed and made this one for our home and we love it.
Make sure to watch our short video tutorial for the complete project. We take you through all the steps there.
Gather up some 2x6 boards and some pocket hole screws. You will need a jig to make pocket holes and we highly recommend the Kreg Jig.
Make sure to get the free, complete, printable building plans at Remodelaholic.com. Cut your boards to length. We cut ours with a miter saw. Then, we sanded the cut ends to make them round and sanded the lengths of the boards.
Create the pocket holes that will be used for attaching the boards to each other.
Using pocket hole screws, first attach the side pieces to each other. Then, attach the top pieces to each other.
With your sides and tops ready, attach the legs to the top at a 90 degree angle with your pocket holes and screws.
Voila! In just a short time, you have a completely functional and stylish bench. We chose to leave our unfinished but you can certainly stain and coat it.

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