DIY Entry Table or Changing Table with Cubby Storage Woodworking Plan
Instant download PDF woodworking plan.
Build a beautiful mid-century inspired DIY entry table with cubby storage. This sturdy console is finished on all four sides, so it can be used as an entry table, media console, kitchen island, or toy shelf, as well as a baby changing table dresser (with the add-on changing table topper plans).
The cubby openings are 13 ¼” x 13 ¼” and 17 ¾” deep, compatible with 13-inch IKEA Kallax organizers (or comparable from other stores).
43 ½” wide
The changing table topper can also be used as a shadow box display frame! The topper fits a changing pad 32 ½” x 16 ½” and the plans include instructions for adjusting the size to fit whatever size your changing pad is.
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate.
The 24-page woodworking plan includes detailed assembly and cut diagrams, as well as step by step assembly instructions. Required skills:
Basic woodworking skills, including how to read a cut list/diagram, how to measure and cut accurately
How to cut in rabbet and dado joints with a router or dado blades on table saw
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Once purchased and downloaded, all you have to do is print and start building!
To build this entry table, you'll need:
(2) 96 x 48” x 3/4” - Cabinet Grade Plywood (I upgraded to a really nice maple plywood)*