Pallet coffee table
I had some left over pallets that I needed to do something with. My wife had found a picture on pinterest of a pallet table and I figured I could build it in under one hour. I used watered down white paint to white wash the pallets. I added them together using 3 inch wood screws and then added caster wheels to the bottom for easy moving for my daughter's impromptu dance parties. See more at http://www.makeitlovely.com/2011/04/pallet-able-home-decor.html
Flip Top Storage Bench / Coffee Table
A simple bench that holds a suprise in it's aprons. Flip the top up and find the perfect spot to store magazines, mittens, or anything else that can fit! The bench also features a roomy bottom shelf perfect for shoes and blankets. I had this bench under my wall mounted flat panel, and used the flip top for remotes and dvds, and the bottom shelf for controllers. This bench is really easy to build too!
Coffee Table with Inset Top Storage
This beautiful coffee table has a secret! The top panels remove, with lots of storage inside. We love it as a play table (legos anyone?) or a workcenter for your laptop, or just a place to store board games, extra blankets, or magazines. This coffee table is easy to build - you'll just need a few tools and some off the shelf lumber. Step by step plans with diagrams by Ana-White.com
2' x 4' Coffee Table Project | BuildEazy
Introduction, the plans and cutting list This project, as with other Buildeazy projects, is designed with the home handyman or DIYer in mind. Joints that might require the expertise of a more seasoned woodworker are non-existent. Instead, all joints are secured with bolts and/or screws and maybe a bit of…