how to make a moroccan coffee table

How to Make a Moroccan Coffee Table

Moroccan coffee tables are perfect for any room in the house, and they provide you with a stylish table to place your favorite things. This DIY guide will show you how to make a Moroccan coffee table from start to finish.

Equipment Needed

  • 1/4″ Thick Plywood
  • Four L-brackets
  • Miter Saw
  • Drill
  • Tape Measure
  • Hayworth Tile
  • Ruler
  • Chalk Line
  • Constructive Adhesive
  • Table Legs

Step 1: Cut the Plywood

Using the miter saw, cut a piece of 1/4″ thick plywood to 36″ x 24″ for the coffee table top.

Step 2: Attach L-Brackets

Attach four L-brackets to the underside of the plywood. Space them evenly, leave about 5 inches between each bracket, and make sure the bristles are facing down.

Step 3: Lay the Hayworth Tiles

Lay the Hayworth tiles onto the plywood in four rows and five columns, using the ruler and chalk line to make sure everything is lined up properly. Then use the constructive adhesive to adhere the Hayworth tiles to the plywood.

Step 4: Attach the Table Legs

Now attach the table legs to the inside of the L-brackets using the drill and screws.

Step 5: Enjoy your Moroccan Coffee Table!

Now you’re done! Stand back and admire your lovely new Moroccan coffee table. Enjoy it for years to come!

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