If you need a rustic-inspired side table, this tutorial may help you. Using a the cut list above and a miter saw, cut all the parts to size except the 1 x 2 Tabletop Edge Trim. If you’re ripping the 4 x 4 posts to make the legs slimmer, use a table saw to cut two adjacent sides of the post down to 2¾-inches-wide. Drill two pocket holes at each end of the 1 x 2 Apron pieces, and the 1 x 2 Base End Pieces. Drill pocket holes into the two remaining Apron Pieces and the 1 x 2 Shelf Supports. Because the ends of these pieces are mitered at an angle, be sure to align each board so that the pocket holes fit on its width. Continue reading the tutorial here.