It’s a simple DIY project with an elegant result: Buy a single sheet of birch plywood and you’ll be able to cut all the pieces you need for this table.
Plywood has been used to build furniture for decades. I think this project is right for the busy digital age because the design is reduced to its most elemental parts.
I used one sheet of Baltic birch; I cut it into pieces and screwed them together. The biggest challenge was connecting the legs to the apron in a way that was elegant, strong, and easy to fabricate.
The result? A compelling project that an experienced woodworker could complete in an afternoon and beginners could build in a weekend. Yep, if you get creative and lay out your cuts wisely, you can make a whole table – top, apron, and legs, from a single sheet of baltic birch.