Entertain in style with this groovy garden table. We used pine to make our table and then finished it off with exterior sealer. The groove design adds an decorative touch to the table and is not something you can buy in a store.

Step 1: You will need:

6 of 140 x 1200mm pine – table planks
2 of 44 x 1160mm pine – apron, long sides
2 of 44 x 800mm pine – apron, short sides
3 of 140 x 800mm pine – top supports
4 of 44 x 44 x 730mm pine – legs
2 of 44 x 610mm PAR pine – narrow side, cross beams
2 of 44 x 720mm PAR pine – wide side, cross beams
4 steel angle brackets, small
4 drop-down/flap hinges
16mm wood screws
4.5 x 65mm wood screws
3.5 x 3.5mm wood screws
Exterior wood sealer and stain
Drill/Driver plus assorted bits
Countersink bit
Tape measure and pencil
Carpenter’s square
Jigsaw and clean-cut blade
<br>Can you please post building instructions for the table legs. <br>I love the table and look forward to making the bench seats. <br>Thanks again for the table plans.
awww..... i thought the convoluted edges folded into itself like an accordion.... Mr. dezine.... you have yet another project to do.
Yup, I'm with astrong. I was looking forward to seeing how the curved edges folded up... But alas, the disappointment was high. Congrats on getting featured in an email though!
very nice looking table. I saw it in my email and thought it folded up some wierd way though.
I really like this. I am going to seal my parts before assembly though. <br>Any chance you might post the benches ? <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>I built a sort of similar tabend table set by taking a big wire spool,and cutting yen yang patterns in the spool ends. This was tricky because of all of the nails. I used the curved boards that make up the interior part that the wire rests on to make the table bases.
Hmm... <br> <br>&quot;...wire-spool... yin/yang table...&quot; <br> <br>...sounds eminently 'ible-worthy to me...
Will definitely post the benches.
Going to the trouble of cutting the curves takes this from a good table to a great table! <br> <br>One quick tip on spacing planks. I use a 3mm dowel to space boards instead of flat shims, The round shape makes uniform spacing simple. To make the dowel easier to work with, I drill a hole in a flat piece scrap and push the dowel through. Make 2 of these and spacing is a snap!
Nice. Simple but effective!
I am yet to read this instructable......but just how beautiful this is.....what a pleasant surprise......Love it.....thanks and regards......
Great work, now you need work in an LED strip into the grove to light the table during the night! <br> <br>
Beautiful. The design makes it attractive enough that, when not needed, you could hang the folded piece on a wall as art. Decorative &amp; stowed out of the way.
The wave design and hidden hardware really makes this table a nice piece.
I think I might use pocket screws here,instead of screwing through from the outside of the frame
Was going to use pocket screws, but pockethole jigs are still a new toy here and not everyone has one!
I think most members will agree that any wood work is the most satisfying thing in the whole world except Coca Cola..... One can step back and say I made that.....!!! <br>Very nice result....
I love it!
Beautiful table!
nice and elegant good job there

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