Take your love of crafting to a new level with these free DIY craft table plans. You can use one to make your own craft table so you have a dedicated place to create and keep all your supplies in one place.
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This counter-height DIY craft table is built entirely from parts from IKEA, including the tabletop, shelves, and legs. If you don't have access to an IKEA, you'll even find some alternative parts listed in this tutorial. The result is a counter-height table that's perfect for standing at or sitting at with a barstool.
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Here's a DIY craft table that's made out of a tabletop, storage cubes, and casters all from IKEA. Add some plywood and after you're done putting everything together you'll have a craft room on wheels with both open and closed storage. This would be a great area for your die cut machine but you could really use it for anything.
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You'll be the envy of all your crafty friends with this DIY wall-mounted craft desk that can seat two or just provide a lot of crafting room for one. Brackets and shelves make up this adorable crafting area, keeping it out of the way and easily adjustable if you'd like to use it for something different in the future.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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If you are short on space, but still want a dedicated craft area, consider building this foldable craft table. It starts out as a small table that can be pushed out of the way if you need to be. When you are ready to use it, just open up the tabletop and expand the legs to make a large area where you can do your sewing, cutting, or any other type of craft.
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This DIY craft table is so easy to do it's really more of a gluing project than a building project. These are inexpensive bookcases and a cheap tabletop that is simply glued together. The bookcases also provide plenty of room for craft supply storage or fabric storage.
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Follow this DIY craft table plan and you can get a large craft table with modular storage in just an hour's time. The sides are pre-bought and the tabletop is a simple MDF board. It's a quick, inexpensive project that you'll be happy you took the time to do.
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Don't let space limit whether you have a craft table or not. This simple DIY project takes a luggage rack and scrap wood and creates a portable table that can be stored anywhere when you're not using it.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This DIY craft table plan is for all you sewists and quilters out there. It provides plenty of room to cut fabric and also has lots of storage and both sides of the table. Top it off with a large cutting mat and you are ready to get started on your next project.
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This table does it all. It can be used as a coffee table or the pullouts can be used to store craft supplies. The table sits low to the ground, making it a great choice for a place where younger crafters can gather around and get creative.