Here at Hunker, it's no secret that we love things that are sleek, shiny, and new. But we also hold a special place in our hearts for all things rustic: think reclaimed wood furniture, exposed beams, and Pendleton blankets.
If you're a woodworking whiz (or even if you're a novice), you can definitely make your own rustic coffee table to complete your laid-back living space. All you need are a few trusty tools and some new or salvaged wood (even tree stumps can be made into tables), and there you have it — a coffee table that you made with your own two hands. And bonus: it was likely less expensive than if you bought one from your favorite retailer.
1. A Pallet Table With Wheels
2. Tree Stump Table
If you've recently acquired a few tree stumps (maybe they've been removed from your yard, you live in a wooded area, or you know someone with stumps to spare), you can polish them up and group them together as a rustic alternative to a traditional coffee table. We love this particular DIY by Sara of Twelve On Main.
3. Rustic With Industrial Flair Table
Rustic pieces often carry a hint of industrial detailing, and this DIY rustic coffee table is no exception. Kourtni of House on Longwood Lane built this rustic-meets-industrial creation using wood boards and black spray paint to create a metallic look.
4. Wood Slice Table
No matter how you slice it, this is one charming DIY: a wood slice and hairpin legs come together to make a small coffee table or a delightful side table. Go to Lia Griffith for step-by-step instructions.
5. Outdoor Chevron Table
Searching for an outdoor coffee table to complete your patio? Look no further than this rustic DIY courtesy of Sam from DIY Huntress. We are loving the chevron tabletop that's very on-trend at the moment.