A DIY console table plan will take you through each step of building a table that you can use in just about any room of your house, from your living room to your entryway. It can be used for extra shelving and storage, but also as a place to display your decorations or set up your snacks during a party.
Depending on the project you choose, this is a fairly simple woodworking project that can be completed in a few afternoons. There are basic tables with simple parts all the way up to buffets with shelves and drawers.
There's a wide range of styles available with these console table plans, including farmhouse, rustic, formal, industrial, and contemporary. Changing the way you finish the piece will also let you customize the final look of the table.
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Rustic Console Table
This console table plan builds a rustic farmhouse-style table with two drawers and a lower shelf for storage. There's a cut list, diagrams, instructions, and photos so you can easily make this project today. What you'll end up with is a beautiful piece of furniture that you can keep for many years to come.
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Farmhouse Media Console Table
This gorgeous console table plan features two sliding barn doors and room for decorative baskets. This console table is large, coming in at 7.5-feet long. There's a lot of fun details here like the barn door hardware. You'll have plenty of space to store knick-knacks, books, toys, or really just about anything else.
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Farmhouse Sofa Table
This console table fits nicely behind a sofa and the plans are made to where you can easily change the dimensions while you're building. You can change the length or the width to match your sofa or another piece of furniture. It's an inexpensive project that comes together fast, giving you more time to enjoy the finished table.
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$30 Console Table Tutorial
You can build this DIY console table for just $30 and have it finished in just one day. It's a simple table, but once finished and stained, looks just perfect behind a sofa. What a modern look for such a simple build.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Rustic Buffet Table
This DIY console table project can also be used as a buffet table, kitchen island, media console, or entryway table. There's an open lower shelf giving you room for storage or more space to show off your stuff. Colonial posts are used as legs, giving it a slightly formal look. Add paint or stain to finish to fit your room and style.
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Easy Farmhouse Console Table
This small console table fits perfectly in just about any size of entryway or may help you create the illusion of one. Besides a tabletop, it also has a lower shelf to sit baskets or other items. Sit a hand-built bench beside it if you have room and you've got both extra storage and seating.
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Slim Behind-the-Sofa Console
Make your own modern sofa table with this free console table plan. It's the perfect place to sit your snacks, a glass of wine, and even has shelves on the side of the table to store some books. It's an all-in-one piece of furniture that you won't know how you lived without.
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Farmhouse Console Table
This farmhouse console table plan features turned legs and cypress to make the perfect combination of rustic and elegant. Your finished table would look great in the dining room or any other area of your home.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Cube Bookcase Console Table
Make this DIY console table by taking an inexpensive cube bookcase and adding beadboard to the back and scrap lumber to the top and bottom. It completely transforms the piece into a custom table you'll use for years.
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Modern Farmhouse Buffet
This modern farmhouse buffet has everything you could ask for. Two doors open up to two shelves and there are two areas on either side for storage or decorative baskets.
The free set of plans comes as a downloadable PDF that takes you through each step of the building process along with a tool list, supply list, cut list, and diagrams.
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Simple Sofa Table
This simple console table plan builds a narrow table that's perfect for the back of a sofa or a narrow entryway. It's such a straightforward plan that you can easily change the size to fit your own needs.