This is the time of year when home décor and furniture retailers start promoting everything you need for the perfect dining experience – dining room tables, chairs, linens, dinnerware…
Why? Because they know people are already gearing up for the holidays, and the holidays bring family gatherings and lots of food.
We all love a sale, but let’s be honest, sometimes the sale prices at those stores are still majorly out of budget.
Am I right?
That’s where DIY comes in, my friends. There are a slew of projects that demonstrate just how easy it is to build a beautiful dining table without breaking the bank.
I have pulled together ten of those projects for you in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles, so there is something for everyone.
Let’s get building!
Believe it or not, this gorgeous x-base dining table cost only$85 in lumber to build! Don’t you just love the weathered finish?
Prefer a table with a more industrial vibe? This DIY dining table features a wood tope and pipe legs.
This modern parsons table has clean lines, fits ten, and only cost $84 in wood!
Love the look of reclaimed wood? This rustic table is made entirely from salvaged lumber and even includes extensions!
You all, this dining table is a whopping 11 feet long! Would you believe it cost $150 to build?
Is your space better suited for a round table? Check out the plans for this octagon-shaped dining table!
Knock off a $1,900 Pottery Barn dining table for $300 in just a weekend with this trestle table.
If you are looking for large tables that boast the classic design of trestle tables, then looking for Amish-inspired dining tables.
These tables are sturdy and accommodate larger families or gatherings. At the same time, they are known for their beautiful designs complete with deep wood colors.
We’ve all heard the phrase “Go big or go home.” How about this enormous triple pedestal farmhouse table?
You don’t need a bunch of power tools to build this farmhouse table. Just a circular saw and drill will do the trick!
This round dining table has a great rustic design with the crossbeams and mortise-and-tenon joints.
Are you hosting a get-together this holiday season? Would you be willing to try your hand at building your own dining table to save some money?
Here are more DIY wood projects for all you furniture-building fanatics: