Hey guys! I’m a sucker for a console table and this one is one of my favorites! I’ve been needing something for the back-side of my couch to break up the room a bit. It’s a very open room that opens to the entry way so this table was a great way to separate the spaces!
It is so incredibly easy to build and I assembled the whole thing with my Ryobi Airstrike finish nailer! It’s 4 1/2″ feet long and would work great in so many areas of your home – oh and it only cost me about $100 including the casters 🙂
As always, we’ve got the FREE printable plans for you! You can click HERE or the image below to print them.
A big thank you to our friend Jay from Jay’s Custom Creations for providing the printable version for this DIY Console Table plans!
I’ve also got the step-by-step tutorial for you! Here we go 🙂
Next, I attached the back angle pieces the same way. The best way to install the back pieces is to make sure the outside edges are flush with the inside of the table legs. Then, the pieces will split center. I nailed through the bottom of the angle piece into the top frame.
I bought these 3″ locking casters from Home Depot. I wanted black casters (gray works perfectly though) so I spray painted the wheels with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard spray paint. I like to use the Chalkboard paint because it’s a great flat paint. To attach the casters, I predrilled a pilot hole a little bit wider than the bolt on the casters and secured it with a washer and bolt. You will need to purchase the washers and bolts separately from the casters.
That was it!! I designed this to coordinate with my Rolling Ottomans 🙂
You can get the plans for these HERE!
We shared this table on the Airstrike video we shot for Ryobi! Check out the video for 2 other project ideas using the other tools in the Airstrike Family! Make sure you are logged-in to Ryobi Nation or sign up to view the video! You can see the video HERE!