DIY Project: Wall Mounted Folding Table


We are going to show how easy it is to create a handmade folding table which can be mounted on a wall. Below you’ll see the pictures with the dimensions of the table and now you can get started with purchasing the materials you’ll need for your DIY project. You will need some pieces of wood, a drill, screws, glue, chains and some colored paint.
You will be starting with drilling the pieces of wood together as shown in the drawing. You will need to fix the woods with screws so they stay in place and thus you’ll have a strong structure. The smaller pieces which will be attached to the sides of your table, can be fixed with glue. Be sure to use a stronger glue so the pieces can stick together and sustain weight. Then drill the pieces of the table together and place a chain on the back of your table, this will help you have a table which will look like a folding one. The next step is to choose a color of paint you like and goes well with your room as a whole. Now paint the table, let it dry and finally fix some metal pieces on the back of it which will help you hang the table on the wall.
And there you have it, your own wall mounted folding table.


8 Responses to “DIY Project: Wall Mounted Folding Table”

  1. Karla says:

    How about a picture with the drop-down closed?

  2. PJ says:

    What is the long metal piece being drilled – is that some kind of hinge device? Not mentioned at all in the really brief instructions. (and, yes, a picture of the finished project closed would be nice too) Very cool project – if directions were complete!

  3. Maud says:

    Has anyone tried doing this? How stable is it? Could it be used as an occasional sewing/crafts table?

  4. Kitty says:

    I had something like this as a child as a desk to study on.

  5. Debbie says:

    Is there any way to get the measurments clearer? Do you have a plan that can be printed?
    Thank you!

  6. Debbie says:

    Love the idea!

  7. Rebecca says:

    Read the directions again guys. Its a look alike. “table which will look like a folding one”.
    Hence no directions for the hinge and no picture of it being folded up. If I am wrong, then will the poster please repost with clearer instructions and accurate list of materials?

  8. Julia says:

    It looks like a typical piano hinge

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