Hey guys! So excited to share these plans today! This is around as basic as they come! We think practically every space can utilize an excellent bench. Ash and also I designed this DIY Farmhouse Bench for under $25 for our little sis’s home, and look into just how it turned out!
Before we get going, make sure to look into ourYouTube video tutorial on building this bench RIGHT HEREor by clicking below!
You can download ourTOTALLY FREE plans to develop your own bench HERE!.
We began by making our cuts! For this bench we used our Ridgid 12 \u2033 moving compound miter saw, but any miter saw will get the task done!
Once your cuts are made, it’s time for pocket holes. We made use of a Kreg Jig K5 for this step!Amazon RIGHT HERE!We use ours on nearly every task.
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You will line your bench top slabs up. You can see on the photo where we positioned the 1.5 \u2033 pocket holes.
We attached all of the boards with 2.5 \u2033 pocket hole screws with those pocket openings and right into the adjoining boards.
These are the small pieces on each end of the top. We also attached these with 2.5 \u2033 pocket holes.
Now to construct the base! We are building two of these and afterwards we will attach them along with little joggers. We used our Kreg Jig to make 1.5 \u2033 pocket openings on each of our lengthy runners. There will be two on each of completions, and we also placed them diminishing each one. We will make use of those holes to connect the base to the top in a later step. We attached each jogger to a leg piece utilizing wood glue and 2.5 \u2033 pocket opening screws.
After constructing 2 of these, we affixed them using small joggers. The plans require you to connect all the little joggers with 2.5 \u2033 pocket opening screws into the legs, yet if you can’t fit your chauffeur in the narrow room, you can also connect the little runners to the front leg setting up first utilizing pocket hole screws, and also after that connect the back leg setting up to the joggers utilizing 2.5 \u2033 spax screws via the back leg assembly as well as right into the runners like the photo below.
Ultimately, we are affixing the base to the top. We did this by laying the base upside-down on the base of our bench top, and also affixing with wood glue and 2.5 \u2033 pocket opening screws through the pocket openings on the aprons and right into the bench top.
Flip it appropriate side up, offer it a layer of paint or tarnish as well as you’re done!
Hope you love it as high as we do (and also our sister does)! This is a very simple, $25 bench that would be so adorable in any area! If you build one, make certain to send us images or label us on social!
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