Curved Leg Side Table

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Well, we are moved into our new house in Michigan.. for the most part. It has been an exhausting few weeks to say the least. I am really looking forward to getting into a new routine. One thing that we needed right away was a small side table for our living room. It needed to be narrow enough but have a nice place to set a drink after a long hard day. Jamie found one that she liked on houzz so naturally I knocked it off for about a third of the price. We were able to build this one for under $50. I hope you all like it as much as we do!

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Materials

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Dimensions

DIY Curved Sided Table Plans - Dimensions

Cut List

DIY Curved Sided Table Plans - Cut List

How to Build a Side Table

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Download Printable PDF    Download Leg Template

Note: Make sure you do not select “fit in page” when printing the leg template. This will cause the template to be resized to fit within your margins.

DIY Curved Sided Table Plans - Step 1

Note: I didn’t drill the pocket holes required to attach the top and shelves in this step but had to go back at a later step and drill them. They would be a lot easier to add before assembly.

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DIY Curved Sided Table Plans - Step 2

Note: I didn’t drill the pocket holes required to attach the top and shelves in this step but had to go back at a later step and drill them. They would be a lot easier to add before assembly.

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DIY Curved Sided Table Plans - Step 4

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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!

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  • Linda Korb

    Love the finish on this! Is it a dry-brushed white on the stain?

    • Hey Linda, Jamie should be putting together a post on that finish. I’ll let you know when she does

  • Jim urbick

    Not able to open download in safari. Previous plans opened ok. Did you make a change to your system

    • Hey Jim, I needed to include two PDFs one for the plans and one for the template so I made this downloadable a zip file which many seem to be having issues with. I have now separated them out so it should work fine now. Sorry about the issues

  • Anika

    Love this table!! Its the perfect side table! What kind of finish did you use on this?

    • Thanks Anika! Jamie should be putting together a post on that finish. I’ll let you know when she does.

  • Christian Frobenius

    Great Finish! Were you able to post how Jamie did that?

    • She never got around to posting about it… and now with the house flip I’m sure it won’t be anytime soon! But She stained the board, then sanded in random areas and white washed with Rust-Oleums serenity blue chalked paint, she then dry brushed the serenity blue on top of that.

      • Christian Frobenius

        Thanks! It looks so good!

  • Awesome! Glad you are building it yourself and saving all that money!