DIY | West Elm | Mid-Century Modern Coffee Table | Simple & Inexpensive


Tresha shows how to make a simple mid-century modern coffee table from scratch. Inspired by West Elm. Perfect to put near a window or in your family/living room. So modern!

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Items You Will Need:

– 1 x 10 Lumber (Qty: 2)
– 1 x 3 Lumber (Qty: 1)
– Wood Stain (English Chestnut)
– Polycrylic Protective Finish
– Paint Brush
– Old Rag/T-shirt
– Clamps or Something heavy like books
– Ruler
– Nail Gun or Hammer & 1″ Nails
– Wood Glue
– Spray Paint and Primer In One (Black Satin)
– Power Drill
– Mending Plates (2)
– Corner Braces (8)
– Sanding Block (220 Grit)
– Felt Pads
– Pencil
– Wood Screws
– Wood Filler (Optional)

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– Nail Gun –
– Air Gun Nails –
– Spray Paint –
– Wood Stain –
– Sanding Block –
– Polycrylic Finish –
– Paint Brush –
– Clamp –
– Wood Glue –
– Wood Screws –
– Mending Plates –
– Power Drill –

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