Recently we took a trip down to my parents house in Florida and one thing they have been missing on the back patio was a table big enough to seat our entire family. We needed enough seats for my family, my brothers family and my parents, which brings us to 10 seats. I didn’t have a bunch of time or the workshop to build a big fancy table so we opted to keep it simple. Even though this table only took a few hours and under $200 to build, we have already gotten a ton of enjoyment out of it and it will be a great place to gather for years to come. Read on to see exactly how we did it.
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Full Project Video
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Time to Complete
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After cutting down the boards, this is a good time to to apply your finish. Since this is untreated lumber and it will be an outdoor table we decided to go with Behr’s tintable semi-transparent deck stain in the color Wood Chip.
How to Build an Easy Outdoor Table for 10!
- Assemble the Base
- Attach the Top
I actually build this top with no gaps but I wish I would have left a 1/4″ between the boards. I also opted to screw the top in place with the table upright since we only had two people and this thing is an absolute beast once assembled.
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