The outdoor season is in full swing and you lack some patio furniture? This isn’t an issue, we have tons of tutorials dedicated to crafting such pieces and today we are sharing outdoor tables. These are outdoor coffee, end and side tables that will easily fit many outdoor spaces with various styles and décor, choose yours and go crafting!
Create a beautiful outdoor side table with a stencil and some vibrant colored paint, and it will become the focal point of your patio or porch! The original piece featured a dark wood base and hammered brass tray top that are not exactly outdoor side table materials. The author transformed this drab table with some bright outdoor paint colors and a DIY Moroccan tile inspired stencil. If you love the result, just follow the instructions and make yours!
These gorgeous little patio tables were totally sweet, ridiculously easy and inexpensive to make, and they are perfect for a patio, or anywhere really. They are made of pallet wood blocks and big hefty 12″ nails. With a little paint and stain, their personality shines!
The playful tile treatment atop this DIY patio table turns the humble garden accent into a bespoke treasure. The lightweight frame of the table comes together with pine boards held up by four sections of 2×4 lumber. As for the tile tabletop, it can be recreated with individual tile and grout—or with a few sheets of bargain wall tile, for a hassle-free alternative.
This metal coffee table went from forgotten thrift-store find to a functional focal point after the glass tabletop was swapped for a wooden surface reinforced with x-bracing underneath. While plain to the eye to start, the natural wood top got a punch of color from a single coat of whimsical blue stain. When paired with the rust-colored frame, the tabletop looks perfectly at home against the reddish-blue tile floor.
This small but mighty patio table can seat four while saving space in a pint-sized yard. The slim construction is thanks to array of slender 1×3 and 2×3 boards, which each do their part to give shape and add height to the table. But it’s the classic finishing touches, as much the careful construction, that help this table stand out from its surroundings. A coat of stark white paint contrasted with a colorful spray of flowers give the piece instant appeal.
What this outdoor coffee table lacks in stature, it makes up for with its sprawling surface space and storage-smart frame. Start with a stack of two pallets, then adhere cedar wood planks to the top for a professional polish. The combination of the tabletop with the ivory-painted frame makes for a rustic yet modern look.
Whether you need to rest a drink or rest your back, you can do it in style with this convertible garden accent. Thanks to a hidden hinge in the middle of the wooden construction, you can swing the piece up to form a spacious bench for curling up with your favorite summertime reads. When guests come over, lay the back of the bench flat for a surface on which to display a spread of summer eats.
The perfect addition to your outdoor decor for the summer! This DIY outdoor coffee table is super simple to build using lumber that costs less than $15! The best thing about this DIY wood coffee table is that it is super easy to build and makes a great beginner woodworking project!
Outdoor furniture should be durable for real, and this little side table is right such a piece. This concrete paver side table is also a fairly easy build, it uses pocket hole joinery; it also uses a wooden frame and looks minimalist and bold.
Imagine it’s a warm summer evening, and you’re sitting on your porch swing, lazily sipping on a tasty little beverage. Everything feels perfect, except for one small thing; you feel like your drink could use a sprig of fresh mint. If you don’t want to go anywhere and look for mint, then why not build your own herb table for outdoors? This coffee table features a planter right in the center, and you can plant blooms but of course if you go for herbs, your drinks gonna be cooler!
Here’s another planter coffee table that you can DIY of pallet, which makes it almost free to make. The cool thing about using them is that the table is going to be carefree. Don’t forget to paint and seal the table to help your table withstand any harsh weather conditions. The resulting piece looks very rustic and a bit shabby chic, enjoy!
A bit more planter tables, please? This table is essentially a box with a plexi glass top, sitting on top of a base made out of redwood 2×2’s. It’s a simple project with succulents inside – succulents are very popular and bold, they will instantly bring a modern feel to your outdoor space.
If you love rustic decor and want a coffee table that looked maximally rustic, this is your project. It’s a catchy pallet wood sawhorse coffee table with printing. The ends are left with older, weathered cuts, showcasing plenty of nail holes for good measure. The resulting shabby chic meets rustic coffee table is a cozy feature for every rustic patio.