Use one of these free dining room table plans to build a place for your family to gather, eat, and create memories. You'll find a table to fit small to large dining rooms on the list below.
Building a dining room table may seem like a big project, but it is pretty straightforward. It's a hugely satisfying project that won't take you more than a few days to complete. These dining room table plans have everything you need to build one, step-by-step building instructions, diagrams, photos, tips, and even videos.
There are all different styles of dining room table plans here but if you're looking for a more rustic table, be sure to look at this set of free farmhouse table plans. They're easy to build and will give you a great classic but stylish look.
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This free dining room table plan from Shanty 2 Chic was inspired by a table that cost over $2,000, but you should be able to make this one for around $100. We like this plan because the cutting diagrams and illustrations are color-coded to make assembly easy if you follow along with the written instructions. If you decide to build this table, here are some DIY matching benches to complete the look.
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Rustic meets modern in this free DIY dining room table plan from Shanty 2 Chic. The best part is that you can build for only $50 in lumber. This full set of free plans includes a supply list, cut list, step-by-step building directions, diagrams, color photos, and even a video.
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There're lots of things you can build out of pallet wood, including this dining room table. Due to how simple the table from A Beautiful Mess is, there aren't many steps to completing it. As you can see in this picture, the table uses hairpin legs instead of wooden legs like what most other tables from this list use.
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There isn't much to this dining room table from Smile And Wave either, so it should be relatively easy to construct. Like the dining room table plan above, this table also uses hairpin legs. A supplies list is given for you before all the assembly pictures and instructions/tips.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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If you have an old door lying around, then this dining room table plan from The Handmade Home may be just for you. Since not all doors are the same measurements, it's essential to read through the steps carefully to adapt the directions to fit your door size.
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This free dining room table plan from Designs by Studio C is for building a half-moon table that can extend out to a full circular tabletop. This might sound confusing to build, but all the instructions and color-coded pictures are present in the plan so that you can fully understand how it works and how to assemble the parts. There's a full materials list and cut list as well as a description of the type of lumber you'll need to build the dining room table.
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This is just your regular, standard table from Woodgears with four legs and a nice even rectangular tabletop. Be sure to follow the additional steps at the very bottom of the webpage to learn how to attach the frame. Also, see the assembly illustrations. If you'd rather have a roundtable, check out this round dining room table from Woodgears. They also have a great-looking table with a wood-tiled tabletop.
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This table from The Design Confidential could have some originality coursing through it with a custom tabletop pattern. Like the image here, some of the panels could face one direction and the others another.
The table stands 30" off the floor, is just over 40" deep, and stretches around 71" from left to right. All the tools, lumber, cuts, and materials that are required to build the entire table are included before the instructions, which are super easy to understand and follow.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Here's another free dining room table plan from The Design Confidential that's for a table 7 feet long and 40" deep. The two sets of legs in this particular table are painted with metallic paint to make it look like they're made of metal.
The instructions are clear, and the illustrations always color in the piece of the project that the step is describing. Another free tri-trestle plan can work as a dining table or a large office desk.
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This dining table plan from 4 Men 1 Lady is a bit different than most of the others on this list because it's not constructed entirely of wood but instead requires some plumbing pipe for the legs.
If you're into an outdoor or interesting look for your dining room, then this table should do the job. You can even build a matching one for your patio and have the freedom to move them around whenever you like due to the attached wheels.
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This dining room table from Sawdust Girl looks nice with two X-shaped legs. It's 5 feet long and around 28" tall.
You need a drill, and a miter saw to build this dining room table. All the materials and cutting instructions are included so it shouldn't be hard at all to put together. Also from Sawdust Girl are these X-leg benches that would go great with the table.
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This free dining room table plan from Lowe's also includes instructions for building matching benches. The whole set is said to cost less than $150 to construct.
Before the written instructions is a video so you can get an idea of how the different parts are going to fit together, as well as a list of all the materials and tools the project requires. There are also some helpful diagrams and cutting lists. This dining room table from Lowe's is 78" wide, 36" deep, and stands at around 30".Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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As you can see in the picture, there are some unique designs on the feet of this dining room table from Rogue Engineer, but you can build it by yourself if you follow the instructions and pictures carefully.
There's a cut list, tools list, and materials list included in the dining table plans, so be sure you have all the necessary items before you get started. The dimensions for this dining room table put it at 30" from the floor, 63" across from left to right, and just over 38" deep.