-Drop Saw or Radial Arm Saw
-Wood glue(not really a tool, but you should use some)
You will also need about 15 feet of 2x4 wood, and whatever type of wood you want for your table top. I used 1x12 wood and joined two pieces together at the top. This project took a few hours after school and cost nothing, as i had the materials in my basement.
Step 1: Design and Concept
Step 2: Construction (pt 1)
Now with all your pieces assembled you will need to cut some 45 degree angles into the 30" and 23.5 inch pieces. Measure the angle off the corner of the wood, and you should get a 3.5x3.5 isosceles triangle as your cutoff, which you can use if you want to reinforce the corners of the table. Look at the picture below, this is the elbow joint at the bottom, once they are cut you can nail/screw them into place. Putting some wood glue between the joints works well as well.
Step 3: Construction (pt 2)
Your DONE! now all you need to do is sand your masterpiece off and if you want to stain or paint. I like the natural wood so i went ahead and left it plain. feel free to ask questions, i didn't take pictures sadly during construction, but this 3D model should help. Hopefully ill be able to upgrade to Inventor or something in the future!