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Learn how to make a #DIY Geometric Wooden Coffee Table in one afternoon!

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Dillons Woodworks says:

How did I not know you ga e a YouTube channel! Nice!

Vineta Jackson says:

Love the color combination you used! Great job!

3x3Custom - Tamar says:

Such a cool table!

DIY PETE says:

Awesome job Sam! Well explained and neat idea and table!

Danny Scott says:

Turned out so nice, wonderful job!

Lovelyn & Mommy says:

That’s is cool…you made it look so easy like 1…2…3… done!

Carpintero callejero says:

muy bonito

Abbotts At Home says:

Nice design! Great build, Sam!

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ToolBox Divas says:

Great tip using a scrap piece to mark out the design. Love it! Beautiful table!

nellie Raimondi says:

Absolutely love this table!!!  We need more videos Sam!!!

Aaron Smith says:

I may have misheard, but I think you said you used 1x4s in the video and for the plans it says to use 1x3s. I’m going to attempt this build so I just wanted to clarify. Also, do you have a preference on leg lengths? If I’m successful I will post it on Instagram with credit to you. Thanks so much for the insight.

MIA says:

I love the legs. I’m so glad you’re back on yt. Please continue to make videos.

Robert Evans says:

Great table and it opens up so many possabiles….

Jolien Brebels says:

Hey Sam, beautiful table!

Th Linn says:

Nice peace. Your design caught my eye as I am in the desert south west and it reminds me of some I have seen out here from the native Navajo peoples that are in this area. I will try your idea but will use reclaimed pallet wood as it is cheap and easy to come by in our area. I have joined your page as I am also a DIY er and love to see what other people are doing in the genre. I like to work with reclaimed plastic a lot and have developed and refined a skill set the lets me use it for a better than wood, wood substitute ( I.E. it doesn’t rot, swell and warp, crack, exc… ) it’s only weakness is heat. but we use it every where any way so… A friendly subscriber out here in the weeds…..

Andrew Miguelez says:

You rock. Such a nice table.

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