Here is an amazing DIY that will give you an exclusive look into the best ways to build table legs for your tabletop idea. The guides below are easy to follow and all you need is concentration and patience. Let’s dive in and see which table leg will fit your tabletop today. We were able to find the best DIY table leg projects. Some of the projects are easy to make while others are a bit complicated.
Before Your Build – What You Need To Know
We know you must be excited to build your first or next table legs, however, there are a few important things to note just before you head to the garage.
Your safety is our top-most priority. In the course of building table legs, you would be making use of some power tools that could be harmful to you. We advise that you take caution while using this equipment. Feel free to call in the professionals, especially if you have never handled power tools before. Wear your safety gear while using power tools to avoid injury.
Before you build a table, you want to consider your budget, we included estimated ranges of all the listed table leg plans to enable you to have an idea of what to build that would fit into your budget.
Tools & Materials
Each tutorial has a specific set of tools and materials used, to see the complete list, you would have to view the complete tutorial by watching the video or clicking on the link depending on the case. However, keep in mind some basic tools & materials you should have handy; Mitre saw, drill, wood, and a measuring tape.
DIY Pipe Table Legs
Industrial pipe is a great material for DIY furniture. It is durable, strong and can add a brilliant pop of color with its slick finish. If you’re wondering what kind of table legs you can build out of an industrial pipe, allow us to show you a couple of examples. The internet is full of tutorials for making pipe table legs, however, the following tutorials will show you how to make some of the very best.
1. How To Make Pipe Table Legs
|Material||Steel pipe. Butcher block countertop, wood screws.|
|Cost||$70 – $150|
This pipe desk is the perfect upgrade that your office needs. It was made with an IKEA butcher block countertop, and some black steel pipe. With a drill as the only tool guy you actually need, you’d be able to make these table legs in a few hours. This pipe table looks a bit classy, but it’s really sturdy. It’s also pretty cheap, you only have to spend on the piping and the countertop. This is also a super wide style that just takes up all the space in one corner, perfect for large room space. check the link below to learn more.
2. DIY Pipe Leg Table
|Material||Black threaded steel pipe, threaded tees, flanges, Douglas fur boards.|
This is a top-tier homemade rustic pipe table legs made with black steel pipes, and some Douglas Fur boards. The dimensions of the cut list for the wood are on this guide, you can check to learn more.
You’ll need a few other materials such as wood stain polyurethane scratch-resistant sealer, threaded iron floor flanges for a sturdy and balanced frame, threaded tees, belt sander, and lots more. You’ll also have to go through 19 intense steps to arrive at an amazing pipe table leg like this. There’s also a plan for some wooden stools framework with the same iron pipe, it’s pretty doable, and can be done in a day if you aren’t using wood glue.
3. How To Make Pipe Table Legs
|Material||Steel pipes, floor flanges, flanges, tee connectors, wood board.|
|Cost||$80 – $150|
In need of a modern style of pipe desk? In 5 easy-going steps, the creator of this guide will take you through the creative process. All you need are the basic woodworking tools and skills and of course, working with pipes is pretty simple regardless of your experience. So, the first step for this guide, you’ll need to clean and seal the pipes you’ll be using.
Then, gather your flanges, screws, desktop of choice, and a drill. Once you get all these, the rest is a cakewalk. Begin installing the flanges into the wooden desktop, then insert the pipes into the flanges of the desk and finally attach your floor flanges then set the table on the ground for testing.
4. Make Table Legs With Water Pipe
With almost no tools required you can replace any old table legs with galvanized pipes effortlessly. The wooden tabletop used in this video guide is a circular one so you’ll need lots of connecting pipes to make a sturdy frame. The creator started off this video guide assembling the pipes legs, giving it a good black spray to finish before attaching it to the tabletop. This project is pretty inexpensive, you’ll only spend cash on purchasing the pipes needed, making this tutorial a pretty cheap one.
|Material||Pipes, tee connectors, flanges, preferred wooden tabletop.|
|Cost||$50 – $100|
DIY Metal Table Legs
Metal pipe table legs are a great option if you want a solid and sturdy table, but they can be difficult to find in the right size or style. Do-it-yourself metal table legs allow you to easily create a custom table that fits your space, design needs, and taste. They also create a piece of furniture that is one of a kind, showing off your creativity. Below are some plans to get started with.
5. DIY Welded Steel Table Legs
The creator of this video guide Made metal table legs using steel bars and a thick wood log for the tabletop. This wood log was left in its log form, the creator only had the bark removed, Sanded, and cleaned ready for use. The full round log was cut into 2 even parts, choose one part and use the flat surface as your tabletop. Of course, a lot of mineral spirits were used to clean up this log, you should wear a safety/nose mask depending on the condition of the log you’re working with. The rest of the steps are seamlessly easy, and in the end, it feels like the table will last a lifetime.
|Material||Metal bars, welding kit, a log of wood.|
|Cost||$30 – $80|
6. Pipe Leg DIY Table
|Material||Wood, Metal Pipe|
You can build this amazing tabletop from virtually any flat wood board that can easily take screws in. This guide will teach you to build the tabletop and legs, then assemble them. The tabletop will cost about $20, but the overall budget is $100 and that’s quite cheap. You’ll need flanges, wood screws, a plastic plug, legs, and a few more tools.
7. DIY Metal Table Legs
This is a table that uses sleek black metal legs, the legs are easy to set up, just some metal tubing and you’re good to go. The creator used a TIG welder to assemble the parts of the metal tubing.
8. DIY Farmhouse Metal X Table Legs
I’m beginning to wonder if this X table has anything to do with the X-Men, it looks so unique and elegant. The creator got really creative with this project, it’s pretty inexpensive, and you’ll only need a couple of supplies to get started. You’ll need some miter spring clamps, a Pocket hole jig, a track saw, a combination square, a 3m respirator, an impact driver, a moisture meter, and a few more on the list. This is a large farmhouse dining tabletop with metal X-shaped legs. A good welding kit is needed, and a conducive working environment. Good luck!
|Material||Metal square bars, lumber.|
|Cost||$100 – $300|
9. DIY Modern Non-Metal Table Legs
If you have a nice wooden dining table that has big chunky legs, you can use this video guide to build new and modern wooden legs that don’t take up much space down there and can give your room a cool look. The wood was a great idea, it made the table light and with the spray paint finish, the creator used it to make the wooden legs look like metal legs from a distance. It’s a super easy and cheap build. Here are a few materials you’ll need, wood, wood screws, wood dowels, Titebond wood glue, and dark steel Rustoleum spray paint.
10. Live Edge Table With Metal Legs
|Material||Live edge lumber slab, epoxy resin, metal.|
|Cost||$150 – $300|
Finding the right materials for a DIY project isn’t easy, that’s why most times you’ve to source for your own supplies like the creator of this guide did. He used an old slab from a local lumber store, and turned it into an amazing live-edge coffee table with metal legs. The first step in achieving this is getting your lumber slab ready, flattened, sanded, filled, and all edges cleaned. Finish the wood slab with epoxy resin, and stain the lumber evenly. Finally, install your metal legs, and you’ve got yourself a live edge table with metal legs. It’s that quick and easy.
11. DIY Hairpin Table Legs
In this time-lapse video tutorial, the creator started by cutting and preparing the metal pipe that will be used as the table legs. The creator used hairpin table legs, it’s a slim metal pipe that is connected by galvanized brackets underneath the table. If you’re not an experienced metal worker, you don’t need to fret, the building process and tools used are simple to use to complete this project.
12. Homemade Farmhouse Table Legs
The creator took this guide to another level, explaining in detail how you can fabricate your metal legs for any kind of farmhouse table available. The fabricated legs for this table are made out of some 2×4 metal tubing. This project is pretty simple and doable but might be quite inexpensive depending on what is available, and what you’ll need to purchase. The fabrication of the legs is the real work, once that is done, all that I need is a simple installation and you’ve got yourself a comfy homemade farmhouse table.
|Material||Metal tubing, LED lights, TIG welder, lumber.|
|Cost||$150 – $200|
13. DIY Steel Table Legs
This is a super easy DIY, the tools used are not started, but there is a link the creator of the video inserted that will take you directly to the online store he got it from. A lot of welding will be done but you don’t need to have any welding experience to be able to complete the task efficiently.
14. How To Make Hairpin Table Legs
Some people are scared of Hairpin legs because they feel it’s not strong enough to hold the wood or any other medium used for the tabletop. That’s not true, hairpin legs are super easy to build and they can last as long as possible. These hairpin legs are easy to set up.
15. Steel Table Legs
|Material||Steel tubing, wood, welder.|
|Cost||$90 – $150|
It doesn’t matter if this is your first attempt at a DIY project such as this, as long as you have the needed supplies, I believe you’re going to make an intriguing table base that’s really sturdy. The creator started off this guide searching for the perfect design, and once he found it, he began welding their individual legs together till the final grinding and finishing. So in 5 easy-going steps, you can fabricate steel legs for your tabletop. This steel legs frame setup allows you to adjust and replace the tabletop anytime.
Simple DIY Wood Table Legs
If you’ve ever wanted to make your own table legs then you’re going to love this post! In this section, we have a collection of tutorials from different blogs that will show you step-by-step how to make wooden legs. These wood table legs are easy, cheap, and customizable. With a few basic tools, you can have custom table legs without the high price tag.
16. How To Make Wooden Table Legs
The method the creator uses to build the wooden legs for the table top is to cut some 1x4s and glue them together and get a better, stronger wood plank. This process is pretty easy. The video guide is quite incomplete, but if you can follow the illustrations given before the end, you might just make something out of it and still get a great wooden table leg. The creator used basic woodworking tools, and no special skills were required, it doesn’t get easier than this. Check the link to learn more.
|Material||Wood, wood glue, clamps.|
|Cost||$50 – $100|
17. DIY Kids Table With Trapezoid Legs
This is a super easy build, is a kid’s table made in a trapezoid shape. You need two laminated spruce boards, metal brackets, wood glue, wood filler, and a few more supplies. The making process is quite easy to follow.
18. How To Build Modern Desk Legs
To be able to build these modern desk legs, you’ll need some advanced woodworking equipment. You’ll need, without that equipment the making process might seem hard and tedious. Nevertheless, the first step is to flatten the rough-sawn lumber and other sides with your planner. You’ll be forming trapezoid legs that will be used as the modern desk legs.
19. DIY Dining Table With Turned Legs
This is quite an expensive dining table leg that the creator built using knotty pine wood; it’s a strong and long-lasting wood for this project. A dining table is one of the most important pieces of furniture that one needs at home, and making durable and sturdy dining table legs is necessary. The legs alone cost about $50, but the overall cost for the legs and the materials and tools needed is about $250.
20. How To Make Table Legs
If you’re an upcoming woodworker, this video guide should interest you, you’ll learn how to laminate two 2x4s to make wooden legs. This is a simple process, all you’ll need are a wood clamp, a saw (optional), and a Titebond II wood glue. The entire process is super easy to build.
21. How To Make Table Legs From Wood
Here is a simple guide you can use to make square wooden legs. You need to choose the right wood for the build, sand the eyes, and finally sanding in the body. The making process is super easy and fun to build.
22. X Coffee Table Leg
It’s safer to draw a plan of how the coffee table legs should be. It’s a simple X coffee table that comes with a shelf at the bottom. Here are the materials you need to begin with: pipe nipples, end caps, couplings, black iron pipe, polyurethane, danish oil, wood stain, wood filler, gorilla wood glue, and a lot more. For the tools you need, pocket hole jig, clamps, drill, miter saw, and more. The steps are easy and simple to build. First, assemble the box and fill in any imperfections with the wood filler. The rest of the steps are easy to follow.
23. How To Make Curved Legs From Straight Wood
Just as you can make flat straight wood from a rough and curved tree, you can make curved table legs from straight wood. It’s super easy to build. This video guide is easier to build if you’re a woodworker.
24. Table Legs From Reclaimed Wood
|Material||Reclaimed wood, wood glue.|
|Cost||$50 – $100|
This is a simple upside-down A-shaped wooden table leg made from reclaimed lumber. Reclaimed lumbers are good sources of solid wood boards, and having this table leg structure built will make this table a whole lot stronger. You just need a few woodworking tools to get started; wood screws, sandpaper, a saw, stains, wood glue, and a few other safety precautions. Work your way through 6 easy-going steps because you can. The only downside to this project is the lifetime durability of the legs, you might want to opt for something more solid because of the style used.
25. How to Make Cabriole Style Dining Table Legs
Check out this guide because the creator is going to show you how to build a cabriole leg like he did with the dining table in this video. For the leg, he made a template by hand and he cut that out of a quarter-inch plywood. You can check for more of the building plans online for the template in whatever specific size and style you want. He did all these with some reclaimed pine wood planks, and he started marking out the spots that he would cut out ok. The building process is pretty easy to follow, such an instructable guide that can help you achieve this build in no time.
|Material||Reclaimed pine wood, plywood.|
|Cost||$250 – $550|
26. How To Attach Table Legs
You can get all of the materials and tools used in this guide from Amazon, and there is a link inserted to make it easier for you to narrow down the search to the specific item you want. The making process is super easy and simple to follow.
27. Tapered Round Table Legs
These are the simplest table legs I’ve seen so far, super way to make and at no extra cost. All you need to get are the pieces of wood and a table saw. Get started by cutting the legs into the length and width you want, set your table saw to cut precisely how you want. Attach a drill at one end, rotate the wood plank while putting it through the table saw and it’ll give the plank a smooth round cut. This technique worked perfectly in this guide and I’m positive it’ll do the same for you. Check the link to learn more from this 2-minute time-lapse video guide.
|Material||Wood planks, table saw, drill.|
|Cost||$14 – $50|
DIY Folding Table Legs
Don’t you just love having family and friends over for dinner? Don’t you also hate the fact that your dining or coffee table takes up so much space when it’s not being used? Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem. You can simply build DIY Folding Table Legs and solve both of these problems. Below are a couple of ways to build folding table legs.
28. How To Make Foldable Table Legs
Make these perfect foldable legs for your table with just a few supplies. You’ll need a drill, screws, hammer, circular saw, some 2x4s, 1x8s, plyboard, level, chisel, and clamps, and you’re good to go. This table stands as a large working table, the foldable legs are a plus, perfect for saving space for small apartments or rooms.
The creator used a simple design that turned out to be sturdy and satisfying, the only downside is the durability of these table legs. Folding it over time can cause wear and tear sooner than expected, so In essence, you should opt to use real quality supplies for extra durability.
|Material||Lumber, plyboard, bolts, clamps.|
|Cost||$20 – $50|
29. Easy Foldable DIY Table Legs
I’m going to quickly walk you through 5 easy-going steps to show you how this is done. It’s simple, durable, and for sure doable. The building process started off with some 2x4s for the tabletop frame. Then, he cut out the 2x4s to get the legs, clamped them, and sanded them out because they’ll be used for the foldable design later. Next step, attach those legs to the tabletop frame, and it’s 50% done. The last thing he did was attach the table top pallet and some long thick bolts at the edges of the tabletop frame to allow the legs to move.
30. DIY Folding Table Legs Plan
|Material||Plywood, lumber, steel brackets, wood glue.|
|Cost||$100 – $300|
Here is a perfect table built for a small space. This guide is pretty easy to follow, regardless of your woodworking skills, you’ll see a cut list that will guide you through the wood and ply boards preparation for accuracy and a perfect finish. Also, you’ll get to see the list of tools that’ll be needed, and guess what? All these are used and made in 2 simple steps. Yes! It’s that fast and easy, and pretty inexpensive too. Now you know there’s a cut list, here are a few materials you need, such as folding leg brackets, wood glue, angle brackets, sandpapers, plywood, 2-inch screws, and finishing supplies.
31. Mini Foldable Table Legs
The creator of this video guide made mini foldable table legs from an old pallet and he didn’t use hinges. I know you’re guessing in your mind how that’s possible, well, with a few tools and materials at your disposal you can get it done in a few days.
This is a pretty small foldable table and he made it all out of old pallet boards, by gluing a few pallets to get the tabletop board. Then used the leftovers to make the legs. These legs can be assembled and disassembled in seconds. The only downside is the strength and durability, but looking at the bright side, it’s super cheap to make.
|Cost||$5 – $10|
DIY Coffee Table Legs
Are you a huge coffee lover? Do you value the taste and aroma of fresh coffee and burn the midnight oil working? Are you also up for a DIY project on a weekend to cut some legs for your beautiful coffee table? Then we have a project in common and I am about to save your weekend. Here are some tutorials for some amazing-looking DIY Coffee Table Legs.
32. Hairpin Coffee Table Legs
This guide has an amazing hairpin coffee table legs design that is simple, sturdy, and also feels like it’ll last forever. The creator got these table legs from hairpinlegsforless.com and it was worth the try. First, she created some 1×10 boards, and some 1×2 plank frames then laid the 1x2s on top of the 1x10s and pre-drilled holes on them.
For more detailed measurements with a step-by-step guide, check the link to get it. Ok N addition, the creator used 3 1×6 boards to reinforce the bottom of the table and then stain the entire table top before attaching the hairpin legs. Pretty easy right? That’s how to build budget-friendly hairpin coffee table legs.
|Material||Lumber, plyboards, wood stain/finish.|
|Cost||$100 – $150|
33. DIY Pipe Coffee Table Legs
These pipe coffee table legs are made out of thick black iron pipes, angle irons, flanges, and black iron pipe fittings and connectors. The wooden table top is also a super easy build. You’ll need a few wood boards to get started.
No need for glue, all the creator used was the angle iron and screws to hold all the pieces of wood board that form a larger tabletop board together. This technique worked perfectly, but you could use glue in your case if that works better for you. Once the angle iron setup is done, assemble the iron pipes to the flanges and screw the pipe legs to the tabletop board, Viola! Your coffee table is ready.
|Material||Wood boards, angle iron, iron pipes, tee connectors.|
|Cost||$100 – $200|
34. DIY Modern Geometric Table Legs
You’ll be using this video tutorial guide to rebuild the legs of the table the creator got for $10. If you have a table that is similar to this, it will be easier for you. These modern geometric table legs are sturdy and easy to build. They also look pretty awesome too.
35. DIY Coffee Table With Concrete Legs
Today you’re going to make a coffee table with concrete legs. You will need a Quikrete 5000 cement mix, and one 80Ibs bag is $5 which is super cheap. You also need a 3×4″ plywood, vinyl baseboard trim, and a few other supplies. You’ll use the plywood to build a mold for the cement. The cement legs are ideal because it’s strong and it can last longer.
36. X Leg Coffee Table Legs Plan
|Material||Wood, iron pipe, glue.|
|Cost||$150 – $250|
Ever wondered what a coffee table will look like with a shelf? Then you’re in luck, this X-leg coffee table was made out of thick black iron pipe, and a quality lumber wood board, with a large shelving unit directly underneath the tabletop. The overall wooden table dimensions are 47 x 22 x 17. Check the guide to get the plans available. In addition, you’ll need a few pipe couplings, end caps, pipe nipples, wood gorilla glue, wood stain, polyurethane, wood filler, and a few other tools like an orbital sander, miter saw, clamps, a drill, and lots more.
37. DIY Fancy Coffee Table Legs
|Material||Wood, glue, fasteners.|
|Cost||$50 – $100|
Looking for something elegantly fancy? Check out this coffee table with what we call a decorative table leg. The overall size of this coffee table is 17 ½ inches tall, and 40 inches in diameter for the round tabletop. If you can get access to some hardwood, that’ll be preferable for this project. Also, you’ll need 2x4x8 and 2x12x8 hardboards, wood glue, figure 8 fasteners, some clamps, a drill, miter saw, and a few other supplies. This guide has only 5 easy-going steps.
DIY Farmhouse Table Legs
When it comes to building a table, one of the best designs is a farmhouse table. They’re not so easy to build but look great, and can be customized. Check out the Farmhouse table legs below and start building.
38. Farmhouse Table With Homemade Legs
The focus of this guide is on homemade legs. The creator already had a farmhouse table built a while ago, he just needed some leg replacements. He started off with some 29/30 inches long 2″ wood posts, got it planned, and finished assembling. Some woodworking tools were used such as a pocket hole jig, miter saw, flex spray, planner, paint, and a few other supplies. This project is pretty cheap, and doable, and since it’s just the legs you might be working on, you’ll waste less time on it.
|Material||Wood, spray, paint.|
|Cost||$100 – $150|
39. How To Make Farmhouse Table Legs
|Material||Pine boards, wood plank, glue, wood chisel.|
|Cost||$70 – $120|
Ready to build amazing multi-purpose farmhouse table legs today? This tutorial has got you covered with all the plans, a list of tools, materials, and all the easy-going steps involved. These farmhouse X-leg table legs can be used as a dining table, or outside on a patio or covered porch, and works perfectly for both indoor and outdoor use. The X-legs hold the table up 30 inches long, while the tabletop itself goes 37″ x 66″, and finally a bottom support beam directly underneath the tabletop that stretches 44″ long. Check the guide to learn more.
40. X Farmhouse Table Legs
|Material||Lumber, screws, wood finish.|
|Cost||$50 – $150|
There’s something unique about 4×4 lumber woods that makes furniture look amazingly outstanding. Maybe it’s the sturdiness or just its thick-skinned shape. Either way, this is the best material for a project like this. This tutorial has got you covered with the building plans and cut List needed to determine the overall size of this farmhouse table legs project. The building process started with the tabletop framing, then progressed to the X-shaped legs, and conclusively attached the legs to the tabletop. That’s pretty quick and easy for a simple woodworking project like this.
41. X-Shaped Farm Table Legs
This video tutorial started with the creator cutting the lumber into the required shape. The preparation of the wood is the most tasking part of this project. Once you are done with the X-shaped legs, you’re good to go. It’s easy to build, you just need your miter saw, wood planer, sander, and a few more essential tools.
42. How To Make X Table Legs
V-shaped table legs seem to be the trending and widely used legs idea in the most recent table legs build. It’s easy to make and you only need a few pieces of wood with a few tools. The making process is simple to follow and it’s just gorgeous after building.
43. How To Build Farmhouse Table With Legs
Get a quality wood table and legs with an authentic farmhouse design for a fraction of the real cost, with this guide doing it yourself will be pretty easy. Among other supplies you’ll need a few finishing materials, a wood stain of your choice, tac paper, denatured alcohol, staining pad sponge, oil base wipe, and a cotton rag.
For the wood, they’re all pine lumber. Now the tools, you’ll need a few clamps, circular saw, an orbital sander, Kreg jig, a chisel, and a few others. The building process involves 6 easy-going steps to a finished farmhouse table.
DIY Adjustable Table Legs
These DIY adjustable table legs can be used for a number of applications, whether that’s a kid’s table – making it higher as they grow (and their food goes further from the ground!), or simply if you just want a table that can be adjusted to different heights based on what you’re using it for. The possibilities are endless really. If this is something that you’d like to make yourself then follow these instructions and enjoy!
44. How To Make Adjustable Legs
Do you know how to make adjustable table legs? How about this guide that shows you what needs to be done? First, you need to get some pieces of ½ inch hollow steel tubes as one part of the table legs, and the same number of ½ inch solid steel rods as another part of that leg.
So, in a few easy-going steps, the hollow steel ½ square tubing is the permanently welded part of the leg while the steel rod is the movable and adjustable part. That being said, you’ll need a TIG welder or any other quality welding kit you can get your hands on. Check the link to learn more.
|Material||Steel rod, steel tube, welding kit.|
|Cost||$100 – $300|
45. DIY VHS Couch Legs
You’ll need a whole lot of materials and tools to build these VHS couch legs. It’s a modern table leg and it’s not as easy to build as you may think but it’s simple for you to follow the guide properly. You need VHS cassettes, plywood, cordless drill, rivet gun, sandpaper, jigsaw, bandsaw, and much more.
46. DIY Table Legs Out Of Books
You can make these table legs with old books, isn’t that amazing? The first and most important thing to do is to draft out a plan, this plan will help and direct you to build the legs with ease. With that guide, the entire making process is super easy.
47. DIY Adjustable Table With Legs
|Material||Wood, metal pipes.|
|Cost||$30 – $70|
This is a tutorial guide with the plans and steps to put you through the making process, but you’ll have to buy a few parts for the legs which aren’t made out of wood. The creator used metal pipes that retracted in and out to increase or decrease in height when standing upright, and this worked out perfectly as an adjustable leg.
Although you’ll be buying 80% of the materials needed, this project is still pretty cheap and seamlessly easy. You’ll need IKEA VIKA KAJ legs with a height of 90cm, and a whole lot of supplies that were purchased from IKEA and Home Depot. You also need a power drill, level, screws, rawlplugs, hex shank spade bit, and a hammer drill.
48. DIY Adjustable Height Desk Legs
This is a simple DIY adjustable desk leg and this helps when you feel tired standing or sitting all the time, so let me explain how this works in a second. This project works for an already-built standing desk, the video tutorial won’t show you how to make a desk, just how to adjust the legs of an old one.
What you’ll need is a few wood boards, wood dowels, and your effort. It’s a simple, robust leg build that is super cheap and doable. The downside to this project is the stress of pulling out all 4 legs of the table desk and adjusting it to a different height. Check the link to learn more.
|Material||Wood dowel, wood.|
|Cost||$10 – $35|
49. Plywood Table With Height Adjustable Legs
This is a unique project that’ll show you how to make an adjustable table leg for kids. Based on the overall size of kids, it’s better to build a table that’ll be able to grow with them, and this is possible because of the design used in this guide. The creator built 3 sets of legs with a tabletop that are super easy to exchange whenever your kid needs its height adjusted. You don’t need to be experienced to get this done, it’s effortlessly easy, and durable.
|Material||Wood board, plywood,|
|Cost||$20 – $50|
These are only a few of the DIY table legs that you can create for a lower cost – I highly encourage you to try out your own designs and see what works best for your project needs. By building your own furniture, you can save lots of money on your renovation bills and make your furniture personal by customizing it to the design that goes with your theme.