Here is my DIY Pipe Table!
Pretty excited about it. At first, I thought it was going to be one of those projects I never finished…But I did it (with the help of my dad). And if I can do it, you definitely can get this one in done too ladies.
I absolutely love it, and when I think about how much money I saved making my love for it grows. I was doing a little research on work tables, and the one I wanted was running around $430. This project was under $100 and that is a steal!
It took me about 8 hours in total to complete only because I painted the wood myself. However, if you find a piece of stained wood you like you can cut your time in half.
Alright let’s get to it!
Here is the step by step how to video on what I did to make my pipe table.
Here is what you will need:
- Wood Workbench Top
- 4 – 3/4″ Flanges
- 6- 3/4″ Tees
- 4 Casters
- 3/4″ Dowel Rod
Pipes to Get — 3/4 Pipping
- 4 – 6″ pipes
- 4 – 22.5″ pipes
- 4 – 9″ pipes
- 1 – 48″ pipe
I got my table top from the Lowe’s lumber department. It was the thickest I could find without having to make my own top out of wood planks.
I used the PolyShades Honey Gloss Stain and Polyurethane. You can find it here:
Cons: I wish I was able to find an actual butcher table top, but I couldn’t find what I was looking for at my local hardwood stores.
Pros: I can always change up the top at any time.
If you are eyeing my gold chair, you can make one just like it! Here are the steps I took to make that one happen: