DIY Wooden Tray
Hi guys, it’s Sarah from Little Red Brick House here and I’ve got a DIY Wooden Tray to share with you. Today I wanted to share another quick and easy DIY wooden tray with you. It’s a cute piece that works well on a coffee table, kitchen table, counter- pretty much anywhere. I love to use trays around the house to gather things like magazines, TV remotes, or other items that might otherwise be left strewn about.
Wooden Tray Materials & Tools:
- (1) 1×4 board @ 6 feet
- (3) 1.5″ wide poplar boards @ 4 feet
- wood glue
- nails and nail gun (you could use a hammer too)
- stain of your choice
- drill bit
- your choice of drawer pulls
First I cut my wood to size. I had two 1×4 boards at 16 inches long and two 1×4 boards at 10 inches long. Then I cut my poplar boards into seven 16 inch pieces.
Next, I glued and nailed my 1x4s to create a box, making sure that the longer boards were on the outside.
I placed my poplar board evenly spaced across the top of the box frame. Then I glued and nailed those down one by one.
I stained the newly created tray with Rustoleum weathered gray stain and then went over that with Minwax Provincial.
After that was all dry I drilled starter holes into each end of the tray for my screws and then screwed the drawer pulls on.
I love the weathered look of the stain so much!
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Your tray turned out great! Love the stain.
This is such an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing it. I’m Anita visiting from Foodie FriDIY.
I love simple projects like this! This would be a great use of leftover wood scraps. Pinning!
This is a great tutorial! Simple and still so cute. I just might be able to tackle this one 😉
Thank you, Annelise! Definitely give it a shot! It’s been a great for staying organized.