Feature Friday – Industrial Coffee Table

Yay! I hope you are as excited to see the below coffee table, as I am to show it! Not only did Jordan Ratcliff from Mt. Morris, Michigan send in pics of her beautiful industrial table, she also gives the full supply list so you can go and make your very own!

Jordan found the DIY instructions for this table from the blog The Locker, and decided to give it a try! And boy am I glad she did! I just love the mix of wood with metal!

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Jordan changed up the initial directions a little by using two 2X12’s for the top of the table instead of three 2X8’s because that is what she had lying around.

Supplies

2 – 2 x 12s cut to 45 in long

8 – flanges (3/4 inch diameter)

4 – 6″ length pipe (3/4 inch diameter) – These are the vertical pipes

4 – 8″ length pipe (3/4 inch diameter) – These are the other vertical pipes

4 – T shaped connectors (3/4 inch diameter)

4 – 2″ threaded pipe connectors (3/4 inch diameter)

4 – 3/4 to 1/2 inch pipe reducer

4 – 3″ length pipe (1/2 inch diameter) – These are the horizontal pipes

2 – 1/2 inch T connectors

1 – custom cut 36″ long pipe (1/2 inch diameter)

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These industrial style tables have become really popular in the past few years, and I just love all of the different ways people have found to make them! Beautiful work Jordan!

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