I’ve been on the hunt to find a super simple furniture DIY that anyone can do by simply finding the supplies and recreating the project on their own. No cutting wood or welding involved! I took a little trip to Lowes with the kids one day to research and see what my options were. I wanted something that was modern, simple, sleek and of course, Scandinavian-inspired.
I’ve been really drawn to the idea of low coffee tables. They are still functional, but a lot more subtle and contemporary. Besides, who makes these rules anyway – that coffee tables need to be a specific height?! So, I created two coffee tables with this design in mind!
Here are the supplies you will need
Here’s how to make it
I made legs for each table with three-step stair frames. I decided to do one table in white and the other black since I couldn’t decide what I liked more! (Heads up: the steps come with stickers that are quite difficult to remove, but with the help of a little gasoline they came off a lot more easily)! Grab your drill and use it for making two holes for the screws for each leg.
I love the mixture of wood and metal and I am so happy with how this project turned out! It takes a matter of minutes and you have so much fun putting the pieces together. Honestly, anyone can do this!
I still love our Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table, but it’s so nice to have a little bit of change and some options. The best part is, these tables would make great plant stands, side tables, bedside tables, plus more!