DIY patio dining table

for under $100

Supplies Needed:

– 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”). 

step 1

Join table top boards together with Kreg pocket jig and screws

step 2

Cut leg boards (also 2×10) to desired length.

step 3

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.

step 4

Using a 2×4 PT, cut a 45 degree triangle starting at the corner. Using deck screws, attach triangular bracing.

step 5

Stain and add an umbrella opening using a hole saw if desired.

step 6

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