But maybe there's one thing you haven't considered: a DIY minimalist dining table. Sure, you can buy one from West Elm or Article, but making one with your own two hands? That makes it instantly cooler and more heartfelt, two things that tend to be pretty important to those who prefer a less is more approach.
1. Hairpin Legs
With industrial, vintage-inspired hairpin legs and a simple wood top, we're thinking you can make this DIY minimalist dining table, crafted by Jennifer of From Jennifer Ann, in a flash. Plus, we think it could also act as a modern desk for your home office, too.
2. Sleek Lines
Minimalist design is all about those little touches that take something from basic to eye-catching without overwhelming your space. This DIY minimalist dining table by Dylan and Molly of Woodbrew definitely fits the bill, with its angular legs and straightforward wood finish.
3. Concrete and Wood
Concrete is the darling among minimal enthusiasts these days. Now, you can weave a bit of the industrial finish into your dining room, constructing a DIY minimalist dining table with wood legs and a concrete top. Jen Woodhouse, we are loving the modern, clean look of this creation.
4. Sawhorse Legs
Even though you're a minimalist, that doesn't mean you don't want to host a dinner party with lots of friends! In this case, we recommend a larger-scale dining table, which Manda of The Merrythought created using a pair of sawhorse-style legs as the base.
Oftentimes, minimalist spaces don't rely on ornate, busy materials to complete the aesthetics. In fact, you can keep the visuals simple, like this DIY dining table rendered in plywood. The version that Jenny and David of Jenny Mustard crafted looks surprisingly cool.