DIY: Plant Stand
Apr 26, 2018 11:00AM
By Enjoy Magazine
Stand By Me
Story by Kayla Stock
Photos by Kelli Avila
Unfinished round wood board (we used a
4 end table legs (we used 1½ x 5½-inch)
4 top plates and 16 screws
(typically available as a set)
Wax or stain sealant
Wax or stain brush
Tip: To add a pop of color, you can paint your wood board instead of sealing it with stain.
1. Using a pencil, mark the spots where you want the legs to go, spaced evenly apart from each other.
2. Using your drill and screws, attach the top plate to your wood board.
3. Screw the table legs into the center of each top plate.
4. Wax or stain your wood round and legs in the sealant of your choice.