DIY Hairpin Leg Table

Hey friends!  Hope you’re all having an awesome Sunday.

Today I am sharing one of the easiest dining tables yet!  We built this for the Berry family on HGTV, and we LOVE how cute it turned out!

How cute is that??

Before we get started, be sure to download and print the FREE PLANS HERE!

The first step after making your cuts is to make your pocket holes.  This table uses 3/4″ pocket holes and you will attach everything with 1.25″ pocket hole screws.

I used my Kreg K5 Jig to make all of the pocket holes.

Once you have made all of your pocket holes, lay the boards out and line them up.

Attach everything with 1.25″ pocket hole screws through the pocket holes.

Once those are attached, mark the circle as a template to cut.  I attached a small thumbtack in the center of the table, and tied a string of twine to it.  I measured the length I needed and attached a pencil to the twine at that length.  Then, I just walked around making the mark.

I used my Ryobi Jig Saw to cut the circle out of the table top.  LOVE this tool!  

Once the circle is cut, it’s time to attach the leg braces.  These are attached using wood glue and nails or screws through the braces and into the bottom of the table top circle.

Final step for assembly is adding the legs!  I found my legs at Osborne Wood Products, and you can find the set of 4 HERE on Amazon for under $100… With Prime shipping too! 😉

I attached the legs to the corners of the braces using screws.

All finished!  I gave the top of the table a coat of Varathane Briarsmoke and a coat of Triple Thick Poly as well and I was done!

We found the rug at World Market HERE!

We found the light HERE!

All the dishes are from Target!

We had a sweet friend make the sign!

 

  • Kellie Cleland

    I’d LOVE to know where the backsplash in the kitchen came from! Please please pleeeease tell me it’s affordable! 🤞🤞🤞😂

  • Gina

    Wher are the chairs from???

  • Kristen

    Where did you find the chairs???