The Easiest DIY Reclaimed Wood Sofa Table

DIY  Dipped Sofa Table Using Reclaimed Wood- The Easiest Ever!!!

Hi friends!

I feel like I will never be “done” with my house.

I literally take things one day at time around here & that also means one project at a time.

Most of the time that is a really good thing, because I LOVE to DIY


with 2 boys & all of the activities I wonder sometimes how good it would feel to just pay someone or buy it.

Can anyone relate?

At the end of the day making things feeds my soul & I think I would rather take it slow and “try” it myself:).

Are you with me?!

Good because I have the EASIEST DIY for you today!!!

Lets build a Rustic Wood SOFA Table using reclaimed wood….

The Easiest DIY Dipped Sofa Table Using Reclaimed Wood {City Farmhouse}

what you will need:

4-3″ x 3″ legs cut to 27.5″

1 length of flat reclaimed wood {make sure it is not warped or split}

4 wood screws

drill & bit

8 -1″ corner brackets

painters tape

Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter

foam brush

white spray paint

high gloss clear sealer

DIY Sofa Table-drill holes {1 in each corner}

Pre drill holes, lining legs up under each four corners. I used the holes that were already there in the reclaimed wood as a guide.

DIY Sofa Table-screw brackets into legs

 Flip over and attach 2 corner brackets to each leg.

DIY Sofa Table-tape & paint legs

I use Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter for the legs, it is a stunning greige.

DIY Sofa Table-dipped legs

Next the dipped legs- I wanted the lower third to be a glossy white to contrast with the rustic top.

DIY Sofa Table-tape to create dipped legs

I taped off 9″ and then wrapped tissue paper around the bottom & sprayed the white, then the gloss.


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The Easiest Rustic DIY Sofa Table With Dipped Legs

Rustic DIY Sofa Table With Dipped Legs

Rustic DIY Sofa Table

The easiest DIY Dipped Sofa Table Using Reclaimed Wood


If you liked this project, you may also like this one….

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Have a beautiful week,

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  1. Love this idea. I have been wanting a sofa table for the longest time and this is the perfect
    way to get one. I love your philosophy on decorating. Your home is lovely. So serene and
    calming with just the right amount of rustic charm. Thank you for all your posts. Have a great
    week. Suzie

  2. Looks great and simple as well, something small might work for me behind my love seat that I always have to pull away from the wall because of the heater behind it. Thanks for sharing Jen, have a great week. 🙂

  3. What a beautiful simple and rustic piece. I’ve been wanting to try the dipped legs on a project I’ve been procrastinating on. 🙂

  4. Looks great!! Did you make the little stools under the table? The concept would be perfect in my sitting room for an ottoman coffee table that allows for extra seating. Thank you in advance for your help!

  5. I think the slip-covered stools complement the table perfectly. Did you make those too?

  6. Quick Question

    I love this!!! When you wrap the table legs in tissue paper and then spray paint them do you have to remove the tissue paper or will it dissolve with the paint?? I’ve never done this and really want to make this table but I don’t want to mess it up 🙂


    1. HI Danielle, thank you! You can use any kind of paper but tissue doesn’t leave any black marks that newspaper would. Just peel off when done:). No it wont dissolve the paint. Good Luck! Jen

  7. Hi, I was wondering where you bought the 3×3 posts because I can’t find them at Home Depot.

  8. I like the table, but the stools are what caught my eye. That’s what I am going to copy; add some wheels. Just what I need!! Thank you.

    1. Hi Judy, yes, still using it and no not wobbly. If you secure really well it should be good. Have a good day, Jen

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