Looking to add an industrial vibe to your living room? These easy DIY industrial coffee table tutorials will help you create the perfect focal point for your space!
The industrial style is hot right now!
If you’d like to add a bit of the old factory vibe to your home pick up your tools and try making one of these amazing DIY industrial coffee tables.
Even if you are a beginner at DIYing and woodworking, making a coffee table is one of the simplest projects you can start with.
The industrial style uses weathered wood, concrete, and metal pipes among other items.
You’ll be surprised how many ways to make a DIY industrial coffee table there are.
On the bright side, you have a lot of options to choose from.
Even more, you can use ideas from multiple projects to create something original.
21 Ways to Make an Industrial Coffee Table
Let’s get to work!
Pallet furniture is super frugal and this pallet coffee table makes no exception. Give your pallet a paint job, attach some wheels and you’re done!
If you’re up for a basic build, this industrial coffee table is definitely worth the effort. There are free plans included and the result is gorgeous.
A folding table is super practical especially if you move a lot but it turns out it can also look amazing.
Make an industrial table with a rustic look that will impress everyone. Simply follow the detailed instructions and it will come out perfect.
Here is another easy build with a classic design that will last for many years. There are no fancy cuts so it’s perfect for beginners!
A metal cart repurposed into an industrial coffee table is a brilliant idea. Also, I always found furniture on wheels to be super cool and the fact it’s easy to move around when you are cleaning is just an added bonus.
The weathered finish of this coffee table is beautiful and so easy to achieve it will be worth the effort!
The tabletop made from various boards gives this table such a unique look! The free plans are easy to follow so there’s no need to be an expert woodworker to tackle this project.
This is a great upcycled project you can adapt to the materials you have. While the weathered wood is optional, it would be great if you can get some old planks for this build.
A pallet on wheels is one of the easiest ways to make a gorgeous industrial coffee table. It’s also perfect if you are looking for a budget-friendly DIY!
Make a Restoration Hardware-inspired coffee table using only wood. The base does have the metal look but it is just wood which obviously makes the table lighter.
Transform an old yard sale cart into a rustic industrial coffee table with this fun project!
A wire spool used as the tabletop and a galvanized tub for the base makes such a gorgeous round coffee table that’s perfect for your patio or outdoor living space.
This metal coffee table has such a modern industrial vibe! Surprisingly, the tabletop is made out of plywood which means it’s a low-cost build.
The finish of this tabletop is amazing and you can follow the instructions to learn how to weather your wood for the exact same results.
Here is another DIY industrial coffee table on wheels that’s quick to make and requires minimal supplies. The perfect project for a weekend!
Live edge wood has a unique appeal and using it for a table makes for an original project that will impress everyone.
The raw look of the wire spool definitely gives this table the rustic-industrial appearance we are all craving for!
Nevertheless, the modern industrial look has its undeniable charm. The tutorial comes with detailed instructions and you are free to use the paint and stain colors to match your home perfectly.
Do you have some 2x4s you still haven’t figured out how to use? Turn them into a gorgeous tabletop for this industrial coffee table!
While most industrial furniture usually has some kind of metal accents this table is made only out of wood. The best part is, the used wood is new and made to look old using a simple technique definitely worth trying.
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So, did you find one that fits your needs? They’re all pretty fun – I’m planning to try one in the new house!
Affordable Non-DIY Options
Now, if after looking at the tutorials you’ve decided you’d rather just buy one – here’s a few affordable options with lots of style.
As always, let me know if you have any questions!