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17.05.2015 admin
If you're planning on entertaining during the festive season and won't fit all your guests around that small outdoor patio set, you need to make this large outdoor dining table and bench set.
Made from PAR pine available at your local Builders Warehouse, the table has a tiled top that protects and makes for easy cleaning. This table seats 10 people comfortably, but you can make the table smaller or larger as required.
ABOVE: You can see how the L-shape at the top of each leg allows for the frames to be fitted together.
Here’s our fabulous guest Heidi with a great detailed tutorial to show you how to build the patio table!
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.
After the frames are built, it’s time to attach the ice box support (the small box) to the ice box frame (the large one). 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.
To attach the legs, we are going to build some diagonal supports that attach to the skirting, then the legs will be bolted to this diagonal support.
Since we were using Douglas fir, which is a softer wood, we chose to use a wood conditioner so that our stain coat would come out more evenly. There’s plenty of room in the very center of the table to add a hole to accommodate an umbrella.


Use a jigsaw or tablesaw to cut rebates* 20mm deep in the legs to allow for fitting the various components. 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. Before tiling the top, the table was painted with Plascon Wall & All because quite a bit of scrap timber was used that had been lying around and it saved time on sanding everything!



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