Dining Table Plans

A dining table is used for so much in our busy lives. Paying bills and sorting mail, kid's projects, sewing center, and occasionally eating.

Whether you are building a basic table for the kitchen nook or an elegant hardwood trestle table for the dining room, there are many designs from which to choose, and many are easily customized for your family's special needs.


Free dining table plans can help you get your life in order with a great new table that the entire family will use from morning until night.

Free dining table plans are available in many sizes and shapes, including drop leaf, gate leg, tavern table, round and farm tables. Pick a size, pick a shape and then select your favorite wood and finish. Your handcrafted dining table will surely become an heirloom for your family to cherish for years.


Drop Leaf Table Plans


Drop Leaf Table Plans

Save space in your diningroom by building a new gate leg drop leaf table.

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Tall Dining Table


Tall Dining Table

Here is a plan for a expandable counter height dining table. This table works great in a small dining area.

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A Octagon Dining Table


A Octagon Dining Table

Build an attractive octagon shaped dining table for your dining room using this woodworking plan.

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Old Door Dining Table

This lovely and unique table is build using an old wooden door and post. Build one using these free table plans.

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Trestle Table


Trestle Table

This project is for a round wooden table that folds up for ease of storing or moving.

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Basic Dining Table


Basic Dining Table

Here are easy to follow instructions for building a basic strong and sturdy dining table for your family.

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Reclaimed Wood Dining Table


Reclaimed Wood Dining Table

Recycle salvaged wood by making this handsome dining table using this woodworking project.

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How to Build a Trestle Table


Build a Trestle Table

Build a trestle table that is easy to set up and disassemble when not needed with these step by step instructions.

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