How To Make A Pedestal Table

Ana White Mahogany Double Pedestal Farmhouse Dining

How To Make A Pedestal Table

Posted by Bouton Adalicia on Tuesday, 14 January, 2020 16:32:27

I found the leg for the pedestal accent table at Lowes. They are in with the big ol' columns in the lumber section. It is actually a porch post but to keep the price down it made sense to buy one large one and then cut it down to make two accent tables.

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I am so excited to share this dining room table plans! We love the look of a big, chunky pedestal but they can be PRICEY. So, we decided to come up with our own and we are thrilled with how beautiful it turned out! Here are the free plans and YouTube Video Tutorial on how to build a DIY Farmhouse Pedestal Table!

The first step is to make the cuts for the feet of the table. To make the angled cut, set your miter saw at 45 degrees and line the blade up so that it is just going to cut the top half off of the board off. Then drill 1 1/2″ pocket holes. and assemble the feet with 2 1/2″ pocket hole screws and wood glue. It will look like this now.

Double pedestal table bottom brace. I knew there should be a bottom brace, so I picked up this little ripped piece from yet another scrap pile, but something's not right. While taking another little break to search double pedestal sofa table on Pinterest and saw that all the braces were at the very bottom. Plan B

You can tell from these moodboards I created over a year ago that I've had quite the crush on pedestal side tables!:-) Well….. now I have one (and soon two)! I figured out a way to DIY them for a fraction of the cost of buying one and the best news is that it is easy to make-definitely even a beginner DIY-er could make one!!