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Kids Cabana
Kids Cabana
Kids Cabana
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Kids Cabana

Keep your kiddos cool and relaxed with this adorable Outdoor Kids Cabana! With drink holders and a cubby for snacks, toys, and treasures, your little ones will be ready for summer fun!


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STEP 1 - BUILD THE DECK FRAME
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 deck frame to length. Construct as shown, attaching with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws. Be sure to pre-drill all pilot holes to reduce the risk of the wood splitting. Check for square and adjust as needed.


STEP 1 - BUILD THE DECK FRAME
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 deck frame to length. Construct as shown, attaching with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws. Be sure to pre-drill all pilot holes to reduce the risk of the wood splitting. Check for square and adjust as needed.
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STEP 2 – ATTACH THE BACK LEGS AND FRONT FEET
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 legs and feet to size. Taper the feet with a circular saw (see closeup) and attach to deck frame with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 2 – ATTACH THE BACK LEGS AND FRONT FEET
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 legs and feet to size. Taper the feet with a circular saw (see closeup) and attach to deck frame with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws.
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CLOSEUP OF TAPERED FEET


CLOSEUP OF TAPERED FEET
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STEP 3 – ATTACH THE DECKING
Measure, mark, and cut decking to length. Attach to deck frame with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws. Space slats ¾ inches apart. *Tip: use a scrap 1x board as a spacer.


STEP 3 – ATTACH THE DECKING
Measure, mark, and cut decking to length. Attach to deck frame with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws. Space slats ¾ inches apart. *Tip: use a scrap 1x board as a spacer.
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STEP 4 – BUILD THE BACK
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 and 1x2 boards to length. Construct as shown, attaching with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws. Space back slats ¾ inches apart.


STEP 4 – BUILD THE BACK
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 and 1x2 boards to length. Construct as shown, attaching with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws. Space back slats ¾ inches apart.
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STEP 5 - ATTACH BACK
Place constructed back onto lounge chair and attach with 1 1/4 inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 5 - ATTACH BACK
Place constructed back onto lounge chair and attach with 1 1/4 inch exterior wood screws.
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STEP 6 – ATTACH DECKING AND DOWELS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 boards to length. Cut 1 ¼ inch diameter dowel to 1 ½ inches long. Attach to lounge chair as shown with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws, spacing slats ¾ inches apart.


STEP 6 – ATTACH DECKING AND DOWELS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 boards to length. Cut 1 ¼ inch diameter dowel to 1 ½ inches long. Attach to lounge chair as shown with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws, spacing slats ¾ inches apart.
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STEP 7 – ATTACH MIDDLE LEGS
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 middle legs to length. Attach to lounge chair with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 7 – ATTACH MIDDLE LEGS
Measure, mark, and cut 2x4 middle legs to length. Attach to lounge chair with 2 ½ inch exterior wood screws.
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STEP 8 – ATTACH TOP RAILS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x2 rails to length. Attach to legs with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 8 – ATTACH TOP RAILS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x2 rails to length. Attach to legs with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.
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STEP 9 – ATTACH TOP RAILS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x2 rails to length. Attach to legs with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 9 – ATTACH TOP RAILS
Measure, mark, and cut 1x2 rails to length. Attach to legs with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.
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STEP 10 – BUILD THE CONSOLE
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 boards to length. Construct as shown with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue.


STEP 10 – BUILD THE CONSOLE
Measure, mark, and cut 1x4 boards to length. Construct as shown with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue.
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STEP 11 – ATTACH THE SIDES TO THE CONSOLE
Measure, mark, and cut ¼ inch plywood to size and attach to console with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue.


STEP 11 – ATTACH THE SIDES TO THE CONSOLE
Measure, mark, and cut ¼ inch plywood to size and attach to console with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue.
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STEP 12 – ATTACH DRINK HOLDERS AND LID
Using a 2 ¾ inch hole saw, cut drink holder holes into the shorter 1x4 board as shown. Attach to console with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue. Drill a finger pull into the longer 1x4 board and attach to console with a small hinge.


STEP 12 – ATTACH DRINK HOLDERS AND LID
Using a 2 ¾ inch hole saw, cut drink holder holes into the shorter 1x4 board as shown. Attach to console with 1 ¼ inch brad nails and wood glue. Drill a finger pull into the longer 1x4 board and attach to console with a small hinge.
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STEP 13 – ATTACH CONSOLE TO LOUNGE CHAIR
Center the console onto the lounge chair and attach with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.


STEP 13 – ATTACH CONSOLE TO LOUNGE CHAIR
Center the console onto the lounge chair and attach with 1 ¼ inch exterior wood screws.
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Sand, stain and/or paint, and finish as desired. I purchased the seat cushions from IKEA and used 3 yards of outdoor fabric for the canopy.


Sand, stain and/or paint, and finish as desired. I purchased the seat cushions from IKEA and used 3 yards of outdoor fabric for the canopy.
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How amazing! Perfect for summertime! Only one question - does it come in adult size? ;)

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Project Information

Difficulty: Easy
Categories: Furniture, Exterior Spaces

Materials Used:

  • (4) 2x4x8 ft. boards

  • (7) 1x4x8 ft. boards

  • (3) 1x2x8 ft. boards

  • (2) outdoor seat cushions

  • (3) yards of outdoor fabric

  • 3 inches of 1 1/4 inch diameter wood dowel

  • 1/4 inch plywood

  • (1) 2 inch hinge

  • 2 1/2 inch exterior wood screws

  • 1 1/4 inch exterior wood screws

  • 1 1/4 inch brad nails

  • exterior wood glue


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