The plans for this console table can be found at the below link. Full credit goes to the person who designed it. I made some slight modifications like lowering it a few inches because I wanted it to function as a sofa table. Also, I used old cedar fence boards for the bottom shelf.
Drawings and Original Instructions:
Step 1: Gather Matterials
- Power Saw
- Electric Sander
- Power Drill
- Pocket Hole Jig
Materials Needed: (from linked website in the intro)
two 8′ 2″x2″ (cut into four 32″ pieces for the legs)
two 6′ 1″x2″ (cut 12 1/2″ and 42 1/2″ out of each 6′ board)
two 6′ 1″x3″ (cut 12 1/2″ and 42 1/2″ out of each 6′ board)
one 8′ 1″x10″ (cut two 4′ sections and glue up together to make a wide topeither 1/4″ sheet 3/4″ plywood OR scraps of 3/4″ plywood 12 1/2″ long at various widths to equal 42 1/2″wood glue1 1/4″ pocket hole screws for 3/4″ material (I used old cedar fence boards)
I got my materials from the local big box hardware store. The total cost for the lumber (white pine) was about $26.00. I picked up a pocket hole jig for $60.00. This jig is awesome, it makes very strong connections!