Industrial Cart Coffee Table

DIY Industrial Cart Coffee Table Plans - Rogue Engineer

The girls from Shanty2Chic have done it again! This industrial cart coffee table turned out absolutely amazing and I am so happy they came to me to help them draw up the plans. This low profile coffee table would look good in any living room and is super easy to build. Build one just like Ashley’s following these free DIY plans. Enjoy!

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Dimensions

DIY Industrial Cart Coffee Table - Dimensions

Cut List

DIY Industrial Cart Coffee Table - Cut List

How to build an Industrial Cart Coffee Table

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  • April Miller Rutherford

    Thanks so much for the plans. I just finished this table and linked back to you. I’m new to blogging, so please let me know if I’m giving you the correct credit. Love my new table, thanks so much! https://uncookiecutter.com/2015/04/industrial-coffee-table/

  • Shirley

    I would like to build this industrial cart coffee table in a larger size. I need this to be 60″ long and 40″ wide. I also want to raise the height of this with 12″ sides which I hope looks appropriate. I need more height and can’t figure out another way to get it without going with 12 inch sides. Would this be appropriate or should I do something else? If so, what else could I do?
    Thank you so much,
    Shirley

    • Thats a serious coffee table. I think it would fine and I would say go for it! If you do I’d love to see how it turns out, so if you wouldn’t mind posting a picture here in the comments that would be awesome!

  • Evie

    I LOVE this coffee table. Where can I find the industrial style casters?

    • Evie, Northern Tool and Equipment. If you look in the materials sections of my plans you will see I’ve included a link to buy the casters, with the option to buy them fixed or swivel.

  • Cathy

    What brand and color is the stain on this coffee table?

    • Cathy, it is Varathane Dark Walnut stain.

      • Joanie Galestro

        I love this table but would like it a bit smaller. Having a hard time figuring out the cut lengths. I’d like it to be 45 X 29…help!

  • I finally finished building my version! Thank you so much for the plans!

    • Wow Ashley! That looks awesome! Thanks for sharing.

      • Mary Menendez

        Where did you get the corner brackets and how do you get the metal dark like in the pics?

        • Those brackets are from Home Depot and just painted with satin black spray paint.

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      • Mandy

        Hi,
        What stain/varnish/polyurethane did you use to get this color ?

  • Joanie Galestro

    I love this table but would like it a bit smaller. Having a hard time figuring out the cut lengths. I’d like it to be 45 X 29…help!

    • To shorten it you’ll just need to subtract 3″ from any lengthwise boards. However, adjusting the width would be a problem. This coffee table uses dimensional lumber stock widths so unless you have a way to rip the boards down to decrease the width, I would say a reduction in width wouldn’t be worth the pain.

      • Joanie Galestro

        Thank you. I think I figured it out. I’ll post pics once I get it done!

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        “To shorten it you’ll just need to subtract 3″ from any lengthwise boards. However, adjusting the width would be a problem. This coffee table uses dimensional lumber stock widths so unless you have a way to rip the boards down to decrease the width, I would say a reduction in width wouldn’t be worth the pain.”

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        To shorten it you’ll just need to subtract 3″ from any lengthwise boards. However, adjusting the width would be a problem. This coffee table uses dimensional lumber stock widths so unless you have a way to rip the boards down to decrease the width, I would say a reduction in width wouldn’t be worth the pain.

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  • Suzanna D

    Love how easy it is to follow your plans! I added the pipe handle to give it a bit of personalization.

    • WOW! That turned out great. Like the addition of the pipe to the end.

  • Patsy Cruse

    Thank you so much for the plans! I am seriously in love with this piece! I made this because my kids love playing card and i knew a table like this would be perfect (and it is)! Because it was going to be used a lot I didn’t want to put decorative items that would break or clutter it up so I came up with this tic tac toe game. This too was fun to build! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3660aa3d85e1028151ac865902dd9058880fa92223cebbd8477371a17c552225.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d889b4aa288d94ff8c3735df5b21b47ddb45a715e002985c7861e3d46513538e.jpg

  • Moody Moss

    Did you just spray paint the casters i guess?