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Console Table on Wheels

This console table is so easy to build, requires minimal tools and is built with only 1x4 and 1x3 boards! It not only makes a great sofa table, it would work as an entry table, a buffet table in for your dining room, a rolling island in your kitchen or even a desk for a narrow space. I assembled the entire table with my Airstrike Finish Nailer! It’s quick, easy and only cost me about $120!! Follow this tutorial and download the printable plans to build your own!

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Start by assembling the legs. Attach a 1x3 to a 1x4 with wood glue and the Airstrike Finish Nailer.


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After building the top and bottom frame, attach the bottom frame first (make sure the bottom of the frame is flush with the bottom of the legs.


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Next, attach the top frame, flip the table upside down and attach the feet.


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Now, cut the slats for the bottom frame and attache them to the bottom frame with wood glue and nails.


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Cut the side angle pieces and attach with wood glue and nails. Measure and cut as you go for this part.


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Move to the back angle pieces and attach these the same way. These pieces will fit snug agains the back legs then split the center.


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Now for the top! Attach the planks with wood glue and nails.


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Apply a finish and attach your casters! I couldn’t find black locking casters so I bought gray and spray painted them. This step is optional :) I chose Varthane’s Early American stain to finish the piece!


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Difficulty: Easy
Category: Furniture

Materials Used:

  • 1x3 and 1x4 boards (I used whitewood)


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