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DIY Dog Bowl Stand

We’ve already built a Farmhouse Dog Bed and we found it only fitting that our next addition to this Man’s Best Friend collection should be a DIY Dog Bowl Stand! Of course, we couldn’t build any dog bowl stand – we had to take it up a notch and model it after one of our most popular Farmhouse Tables, the Industrial Farmhouse Table

We introduce you to our DIY Farmhouse Dog Bowl Stand, complete with matching industrial hardware and that same unique design that makes our Industrial Farmhouse Table such a favorite!

Grab your favorite cup of coffee and let’s build this! Click HERE or the box below to watch us build it!

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Easy, quick and fun! Make sure to download the FREE Printable Plans HERE and follow along with the how-to below!

First step was to cut the table top to size and trace two 6″ circles on the project panel. We used our Ryobi 18-Volt Jig Saw to cut the circles out. You can find project panels at the hardware store. We cut the circles to fit THESE DOG BOWLS. If you use a different dog bowl, make sure to adjust the cut of the circle.

We set the table top aside and cut the apron pieces to size. We used our Ryobi 18-gauge Airstrike Brad Nailer to attach the two long pieces to the two short pieces. We used 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue to attach.

Next, we cut the leg runner pieces to size and attached two pieces together with 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue. We built two runners. You can find our favorite glue bottle dispenser HERE!

We cut the long stretcher to size, centered it on top of the leg runners and attach it with 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue.

Then, we cut the bottom runner to size, flipped the leg runners upside down and attached the bottom stretcher to the top stretcher with 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue.

 

Next, we cut the legs to size and attached them to the apron with 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue. Refer to the plans for the leg placement on the aprons.

With the legs attached, it was time to move on to the leg runners. We flipped the leg assembly upside down and attached the stretcher assembly to the inside of the legs with 1 1/4″ brad nails and woo glue.

The final step is to attach the top to the aprons and legs with 1 1/4″ brad nails and wood glue.

Once everything was attached we gave it a coat of stain – you can find the stain that we used HERE.

Don’t forget to add a waterproof finish! You can find the finish that we used HERE!

 

Once the finish was dry, we attached the decorative hardware. This hardware is super inexpensive and can be found at the hardware store. We spray painted ours with a black spray paint but that is optional. We used hex screws to attach the angled pieces.

You can find the flat metal pieces HERE

You can find the angled piece HERE 

You can find the spray paint we used HERE

Final step is to drop the dog bowls in! You can find the dog bowls that we used HERE.

This is a super easy build to modify. You can add more bowls, use bigger bowls or make the stand smaller for small dogs. My dogs are medium size and it fits them perfect!

That was it! My doggies love their new DIY Dog Bowl Stand so much! Debating which doggy project to tackle next 🙂

Links to all supplies:

Glue Bot

Dog Bowls

Flat Hardware

Angled Hardware

Stain

Waterproof Finish

Spray Paint for Hardware

If you build your own make sure to share it on social media and use #shanty2chic so we can share them too!

Happy Building!

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1 Comment

  1. Amber Welch on June 10, 2018 at 8:34 pm

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the dog bowl stand. All my waiting paid off, now its done, and it looks awesome! Thank you ladies!

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