Storage Ottoman Coffee Table is a project that you can do if you know about using drills and wood. Coffee tables can be made with storage if you want a place to post, newspapers or other paper for quick reference later by adding a box to it. The coffee table drawer is built similar to the table itself.
Lay out 34-inch timber with the narrow sides vertical. Radar up Storage Ottoman Coffee Table to be 4 meters apart and parallel to each other. Make the ends flush. Place 4-foot wood on each side of the 34-inch discs. Place the sides of the 4-foot planer against the ends of the shorter boards. Insert the 5-inch discs at the other end of 34-inch discs with the sides of 5-inch discs flush against the ends of the 34-inch discs. Drill screws through the 4-foot board pages and 5-inch discs at the ends of 34-inch discs.
Set the plywood over the frame with the edges flush to the frame. Screw a small screw into each corner of the Storage Ottoman Coffee Table in the frame. Measure and mark one point every 6 inches on each side. Set the screws through the plywood into the frame at these points to finish the table top. Roller board disc so that the frame is on top. Make a service at an inner corner of the frame so that each corner has a post. Use larger screws to connect the legs. Drill screws through the frame in the post with two screws on each side per post.