Outdoor Wood Dining Table – Dining tables outdoors are very useful for family barbecues and other outdoor events. They must be large enough to accommodate several people and must be able to withstand the elements of nature. Treated wood is often used for picnic tables and other outdoor tables, however cedar is preferred when it comes to the experience of eating outdoors. Cedar is a soft wood that is easy to work with, has a pleasant natural scent and is durable enough for outdoor wood dining table use.
Instructions: 1. Lay two boards flat and parallel 28 inches. Space them 23 inches apart. Screw a 30 – inch board perpendicularly to the plates 28 inch to 30 inch edge is flushes with the end of the boards 4-by-4. Screw the last 30 – inch table with the other two 28 – inch boards in the same way. Tables 2 by 6 will support your table. 2. Stand both sets of board’s outdoor wood dining table 4 by 4 inch upright so tables 30 and 27 are parallel inches apart. Screw your 36 – inch boards perpendicularly to the edges of the boards 30 inches 2 by 6 inches. 36 – Inch boards should be parallel and spaced from ½ inch apart.