How To Build A Square Dining Table

DIY Square Dining Table

  • Supplies
  • Tools
  • Building the Table Top. Note: We ripped the round edges off of all of the 2x boards.
  • Building the Bases. We cut the base plywood to size and drilled 3/4″ pocket holes around the edges.
  • Assembling the Trunk. We cut the trunk pieces to size.
  • Attaching the Table Top. Once the entire base was assembled we moved on to the table top!
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