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GIANT Outdoor Dining Table with Cooler | How to Woodworking

By craftshome / 8. November 2019

How to Build an Outdoor Dining Table with Cooler Insert
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This DIY outdoor dining table with built-in cooler was made from giant cedar 6×6 beams during my trip to Joshua Tree, CA. The material for this build is definitely not on the cheap side, but you could substitute pine 4×4’s for a similar look and a really cool wood dining table. Like I mentioned in how to build instructions, I would definitely recommend drilling smaller holes to join tabletop together. I think ⅞” holes and a ¾” all thread would be a great combination for a really stout outdoor table as long as you put the washers in to allow for drainage. If you wanted a seamless top you could remove the washers and cut or joint off the rounded edges for a smooth beefy top.

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