If you love crafting and can’t live without it, I guess you have a special space where you craft. Whether it’s a room or just some nook, you’ll need a special craft table to enjoy what you do. Today I’d like to share some awesome craft tables you can build yourself using these plans and tutorials.
The first one is a beautiful craft table, which is simply a tabletop supported by bookshelves. It has enough storage space and looks cool, plus you can customize it as you want.
This craft table is really large, coming in at nearly 40 square feet. It will allow crafting a lot of things nd it gives you a lot of storage space for all the materials you need.
Hack the Ikea Kallax shelf to build a worktable with a huge surface, convenient craft storage and easy mobility by sandwiching three small storage units between a base with casters and a plywood top with hardwood edging.
The 34″ height is perfect counter stool or standing height, and I love the juxtaposition of the smooth lacquered top and the unfinished wood saw horses. Not to mention you can build it in an hour once you’ve gathered all your materials!
IKEA Expedit shelves and IKEA adjustable table legs can be turned into a cool craft table, good-looking and comfortable in using. Read the tutorial to find how to make one.
This table is ideal for sewing and some other types of crafting. The finished table ends up measuring about 38 inches tall and the table top space measures about 31 x 47 inches.
IKEA Rast dresser can be turned into this amazing table! Add caster wheels to make it mobile and even more comfortable in using.
This counter height project table features two drawers and 18 cubbies to keep all of your crafting supplies handy. By simply building two of the cubby bookcases from the Modular Offfice Collection and adding a desktop, voila! we’ve got a stylish, simple project table.
How to make a custom craft table using Ikea Kallax shelves and a tabletop? This is a DIY table that you can make for your craft room. An easy DIY craft tutorial idea.
Make a cool crafting table from IKEA! Just use liquid nails to add a piece of wood to the underside of the table top to hold it in place between the 2 bookcases. It can be easily taken apart in less than a minute.
This is a cutting table for craft and sewing projects. The base is two Ikea Expedit units (4×2) that are put on their sides and connected together. To connect them together the author used the brackets that come with the Expedits that are meant to connect them to the wall.
This table is made of 2 IKEA table tops connected underneath for the top, to make a total height of 36″ – counter stool height. The author constructed them a little differently than the plans, but no matter how you make them, the idea is the same. The plan is to take them apart and make 2 desks once everyone is too old and cool to do homework/artwork together.