The shorter, wider bench was built straight from the plans on the site.  I modified the 2nd bench to be taller and not as wide. Here’s our fabulous guest Heidi with a great detailed tutorial to show you how to build the patio table! There are several plans circulating on Pinterest, but we felt we could improve the design to create a more durable, solid product that could withstand our brutal weather cycles.
If you like the benches we built to accompany the table, pop over to our blog, Kruse’s Workshop, for additional instructions on how to build them. The first step is to build a box to support the lip of the ice box so it can’t drop out of the table.

Now we need to build a frame that will hold the ice box supports and act as extra bracing for the table top. When your frame is built, wiggle the ice box support out of the middle, you may need to loosen a few screws to set it free.
Since the entire under body is built, it’s a great time to lay your table top above it to see that everything is lining up. There’s plenty of room in the very center of the table to add a hole to accommodate an umbrella. Get your backyard ready for entertaining with a few projects, and yours will be the house that everyone loves to come to! Our guest today has an awesome patio table building plan for you. And it has a secret that your guests will love: built-in ice boxes, perfect for keeping your drinks cool!

This is an important step, as it will allow the lid that will eventually cover the ice box to sit flush with the rest of the table.

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  • Lady_Zorro, 18.05.2013 at 18:23:16

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