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4" x 3/4" planks of ceder (the quantity will depend on the size table you want to build)
2' x 4' 3/4" plyboard for the top
4' x 8' sheet thin panel for shelf bottoms
4 drawer knobs
4 table legs
Miter or Table Saw
4 - L Brackets
Step 1: Measure and Cutting
The sides will be 2 of the 4" x 3/4" board stacked on top of each other. I cut small strips out of wood to mount on the inside of the boards to secure them in place.
The top will overhang the sides by 1" so measure and cut this accordingly.
Step 2: Mount the Legs and the Top
Use scrap pieces of wood and mount them to the legs on the inside corners, and then mount the side boards to these. This will connect the back and both sides to all 4 legs. Run a bead of glue along the top side of the legs and sides and attach the top using 4 angle brackets in each corner.