четверг, 29 декабря 2016 г.

DIY Turned Leg Buffet Table

DIY Turned Leg Buffet Table
DIY Turned Leg Buffet Table
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Hey there!!! I am so excited to show you what I have been working on. It is GORGEOUS!!!


Meet the newest addition to my dining room – a DIY Turned Leg Buffet Table! I’m in LOVE! This is a 6 foot buffet table with a TON of storage space and although it is large, it was a very easy build! I got the legs from Osborne Wood Products and they are definitely the focal point of this piece! You can purchase the legs HERE (I used 4 knotty pine).

Total cost for this piece was about $350 – not bad for a 6 foot buffet table! I did have some scrap left over that I will be able to use on future projects too!

As always, we have the FREE Printable Plans and a step-by-step tutorial for you! Click HERE or the image below to print the plans.


A special thanks to our friend Jay from Jay’s Custom Creations for creating the plans! Check his site out for more awesome plans!

I started by gluing the 2 legs together with Gorilla Wood Glue. You can purchase the legs HERE!


While the glue was drying, I attached the back panel to the back legs. I used Purebond Plywood, in birch, for this project!

Next, I used my Ryobi 18V Jig saw to cut notches in the shelves. (I purchased another sheet of 3/4″ Purebond for the shelves but you can also use a project panel if they have one at your hardware store).


Once I cut the notches, I used my Airstrike Nailer and wood glue to attach the 1×2 trim.

Next, I attached the bottom shelf to the legs and then the top shelf.


I used my Kreg R3 to drill pocket holes on the back of the shelves. The R3 is a great option for your first Kreg Jig tool. I still use mine on large pieces like this!

Here is the frame for the drawers.

And, here it is attached to the top of the legs.

I assembled the 4 drawer slides

And the sides with pocket holes and wood glue. This is seriously the easiest way to make drawers – EVER

Here is a picture of the drawer slides attached to the drawer frame.

This is a shot of the front of the buffet, so far.

Next, I measured the width of my drawer slides


And built the drawers to fit my measurements. I like to use my Kreg right angle clamp to hold pieces while I attach them!

I used my Airstrike Nailer and wood glue to attach the face to the drawers – measure and cut to fit here, as well!


The final step on the drawers is to sand them down so that they slide easily. I used my Ryobi Corner Cat with 50-grit to sand the edges.

Perfect fit

I attached the top planks and it’s ready for a finish!

I gave it two coats of Sherwin Williams Anonymous and let it dry



That was it!!!!


I added a few goodies from Save On Crafts! This is a great online store with so many inexpensive and cute accessories! I ordered this Tiered Serving Tray, the Glass Bottles and the cute Dried Artichokes and they arrived at my house in about a week!


I am really LOVING how my dining room is shaping up! I DIY’ed EVERYTHING in this room so far (minus the Chandelier and the Rug)! Here is a list with links to everything you see in the room!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!!!


Original article and pictures take http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2014/10/diy-turned-leg-buffet-table.html site

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