All you need to make a outdoor planting table is seven pieces of rough sawn wood (cedar or redwood recommended), a drill, a saw, a handful of screws, and instructions from LA-based designer Scout Regalia.
The DIY planting table is one of the company’s SR Cutsheet Projects, a series of instruction sheets that Scout Regalia founders Benjamin Luddy and Makoto Mizutani have created “to inspire you to start building and making.”
For a supplies list and step-by-step instructions, see Scout Regalia.
Photographs via Scout Regalia.
Above: You can modify the instructions easily to make a bigger or smaller table.
Above: Start with seven lengths of wood. Saw to size and assemble; an afternoon’s work.
Above: For the full step-by-step instructions and supplies list, see Scout Regalia.
For more made-in-the-USA products from Scout Regalia, see Hooked on Hardware.