Fast Fix: Living Rooms

Build a Factory Cart Coffee Table

Add updated style to your living room with this DIY coffee table. Featuring an optional reclaimed wood top and caster wheels, this step-by-step project proves factory style — without the price — is obtainable by anyone.

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Build the Box

Predrill holes on both ends of the long aprons, 3/8 inch from the edge, three holes per end. Screw long aprons to shorter aprons through predrilled holes with 2-inch screws and glue.

Add the Wheel Supports

Predrill holes along bottom edge of shorter apron, every 6 inches. Apply glue to edge of wheel support and screw wheel support to shorter aprons through predrilled holes.

Attach the Deck Supports

Attach side deck supports in same manner as wheel supports. For center support, mark location as shown in diagram. Predrill holes through shorter aprons. Apply glue to ends of center support and screw in place with 2-inch screws.

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