This post shares free build plans for you to build your own outdoor dining table and was sponsored by Kreg Tool. I love working with Kreg because I love their products! This project also is featured in 30 Builds to Put Your KregJig to Work and contains affiliate links. You can read more about that here.
Build Your Own Modern Outdoor Dining Table
Hi everyone! Today I’m popping in to share some build plans I’ve partnered up with Kreg Tool to create. These plans will help you build your own outdoor dining table that has a fairly easy and straightforward design. And a bit of a chunky design, too.
Thoughts? Words of admiration? Questions about why you haven’t been invited over to dinner yet?
I used my trusty Kreg Jig K4 Pocket Hole System to build this bad boy. There’s something so satisfying about pocket hole joinery: hidden, clean, and strong. What’s not to like.
We originally had this table downstairs in our tiny backyard on the deck, but then we decided that it should be closer to the kitchen. That would let us make the downstairs area more of a lounge space, which works out perfectly. We probably should have done this to begin with, though, because we had to take the table apart to get it upstairs. We have a really narrow stairwell it had to go up. So, yeah. Poor planning on our part. 🙂
But it looks really nice up here! I’m still not sure exactly what I’m going to do with this space because I’ve been focusing most of my efforts on the downstairs space, but I’m sure I’ll come up with something.
Want those modern outdoor dining table build plans?
Dust off that jig and head on over to Kreg’s DIY project plan site, Build Something for all the details! Enjoy 🙂
And lest you think I only post about Kreg Tool when they are sponsoring a post. Not so! Although I have worked with them before (see my super simple deck railing planter DIY and my two-level workbench build plans), here are some of my other favorite projects I’ve completed with the help of my KregJig:
Wall-Mounted, Under-the-Stairs Shelving to store what may or may not be a paint hoarding problem.
Share my chunky modern outdoor table build plans on Pinterest!