Angled Leg Coffee Table { Free DIY Plans } Rogue Engineer

We love the mix of iron and wood, but since we aren’t exactly welders… well, we had to fake it. We built this simple angled leg coffee table with faux iron rods for less than $30! This table is simple yet still adds tons of character to any room. Plus, when you make something yourself, it’s always a great conversation piece!

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Required Tools
Pocket Hole Jig
Drill
Miter Saw
Brad Nailer
Tape Measure
Pencil
Safety Glasses
Hearing Protection

Materials
Qty 2  –  2 x 8 x 8′ Untreated Kiln Dried Lumber
Qty 2  –  2 x 4 x 8′ Premium Studs
Qty 1  –  2 x 2 x 8′
2-1/2″ Kreg Pocket Hole Screws (Coarse)
1-1/4″ Brad Nails
Wood Glue
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Dimensions

Cut List

How to build an Angled Leg Coffee Table
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Finishing
Since we decided to use a mix of finishes, we finished each section before we assembled the table. For the table I stained with Varathane Early American and sealed with satin triple-thick polyurethane. To see how Jamie did the “faux iron” on the 2x2s be sure to check out her faux corroded iron finish tutorial.

Questions? Comments?
As always, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to comment below and especially don’t forget to post pictures of your finished products in the comments! ENJOY!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jamison Rantz
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I’m a Christian, father, husband and aerospace engineer. In my spare time I like to engineer furniture for for the weekend DIY’er like myself. In other words, I write plans for awesome looking furniture that are so easy it will blow your mind! (No woodworking experience required.)

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