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BBQ Table Plans

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DIY BBQ Table

BBQ table plans, includes free PDF download. Step-by-step plans with illustrations, cutting list, and shopping list.

 

BBQ Table Plans – Material List

Shopping List

Shopping List

2 – 1×4 – 10′

1 – 1×4 – 8′

1 – 1×6 – 8′

2 – 2×2 – 8′

1 – 1×1 – 8′

2″ wood screws

Cutting List

Cutting List

(A) 4 – 1×4 – 29″

(B) 4 – 1×4 – 14 1/2″

(C) 4 – 2×2 – 32″

(D) 2 – 1×1 – 24 1/2″

(E) 6 – 1×4 – 14 1/2″

(F) 1 – 1×4 – 14 1/2″

(G) 3 – 1×6 – 30″

BBQ table plans step 1

Cut four 1×4’s to 29″ (A) and four 1×4’s to 14 1/2″ (B). Assemble two rectangles as shown. Pre-drill holes and drill 2″ wood screws through (A) and into (B).

BBQ table plans step 2

Cut four 2×2’s to 32″ (C). Assemble as shown on illustration above using 2″ wood screws. Pre-drill holes and screw 2″ wood screws through (A)(B) and into (C).

BBQ table plans step 3

Install the second rectangle as shown on illustration above. Pre-drill holes and secure with 2″ wood screws.

BBQ table plans step 4

Cut two 1×1’s to 24 1/2″ (D). Pre-drill holes and install using 2″ wood screws, install 3/4″ below the top.

BBQ table plans step 5

Cut six 1×4’s to 14 1/2″ (E). Space out evenly, leaving about a 1/2″ gap between boards. Pre-drill holes and secure boards with 2″ wood screws.

BBQ table plans step 6

Cut a 1×4 to 14 1/2″ (F). Assemble as shown on illustration above. Pre-drill holes and screw 2″ screws through (A) and into (F).

BBQ table plans step 7

Cut three 1×6’s to 30″ (G). Pre-drill holes and screw 2″ wood screws through (G) and into (B)(F).

BBQ table plansAdd hooks to hang BBQ tools and paint.

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8 comments

  1. Looking at BBQ table, can’t find 1×1’s at Lowe’s, Menards
    or Home Depot, any suggestions on a substitute for this item?

  2. Buy in larger dimentions (1×2 or 1×3) and rip down to final width. You can take a 1×2 and rip it in half if you have a table saw, or a 1×3 and make 2 rip cuts to get 3 total 1×1 pieces, etc… It would be very tricky to do with a circular saw, but you could get it done with a good straight edge guide.

  3. 1×1 would also be the same as a 3/4″ square dowel, which I know they carry at Lowes. They usually come in 36″ or 48″ lengths, so you can pick up 2 of those and then cut to length and be good to go. That would likely be the easiest if you don’t already have the wood or have access to a table saw. Good luck!

    • Built this table in a few hours. Great directions on the project and turned out great. Will make a great side table for my BBQ.

  4. Do you have any plans for a grill gazebo? A shed of some sort to cover a BBQ pit

  5. I used glue on the joints and pocket holes for the table frame. Gonna maybe fill the rest of the screw holes I couldn’t hide with some plugs but using a unique paint job and silver screws, it kinda looks like added hardware. This was one of my very first builds (beside my table saw workbench) and I love the way it came out! I also took a 1×2 and ripped it in half with my newly founded workspace and it worked great. Happy building all!

    • Oh, I also added a paper towel holder on the other side and painted the slats gold, frame black, and legs grey for my footbal loving husband 🙂 If he let’s me modify it after the fact I also wanted to put casters on one side for better mobility.

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