The Perfect DIY Narrow Side Table For A Small Living Room

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A video from Simply Mindy on YouTube demonstrates one method for creating a small narrow side table from pine wood. She starts with a 1″ x 8″ x 4 ft board for the table shelves, and two 1″ x 2″ x 8′ boards for the supports, along with a box of pocket hole screws. She also uses a pocket jig to create perfect pocket holes in the ends of each support piece for the table. If you are an experienced DIYer who already owns a pocket jig, the other materials only cost around $30. But if you need to invest in a jig, you can find a mini VEVOR version at Lowes for an additional $20.

Mindy uses a circular saw to cut down the narrow pieces of pine. But if you don’t have a circular saw, you can also use a handsaw, like this $14 option from Stanley, available at Home Depot. And if you don’t want to use a saw at all, you can take advantage of the wood cutting services at your local home improvement store like Home Depot or Lowes. For finishing touches, Mindy opts to spray paint the shelves of the table with a satin black, but this is where you can really make this project your own. Opt for a creative, bold color, or just a hue that matches the decor in your home. You can also experiment with a different look by staining your raw pine pieces to create a new wood finish.

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