for under $100
– Pocket jig and screws – Miter or circular saw – pressure treated pine lumber – Drill – Deck screws 2 3/4” – Hole saw
Determine desired width of table. We used 2×10 pressure treated lumber. Three boards made the table width be 27.75” (actual width of x10 lumber is 9.25”).
Join table top boards together with Kreg pocket jig and screws
Cut leg boards (also 2×10) to desired length.
Join leg boards together with kreg jig and screws like you did for the top boards. Then, attach top boards to leg boards with pocket jig and screws.
Using a 2×4 PT, cut a 45 degree triangle starting at the corner. Using deck screws, attach triangular bracing.
Stain and add an umbrella opening using a hole saw if desired.