39+ DIY End Table Ideas Built with Industrial Pipe

Do you want to jump on the industrial-chic design trend? Or maybe you are just looking for an easy DIY project. Either way, creating an industrial pipe end table is a great way to add some style to your space without breaking the bank.

End tables are the perfect accent piece to add to a living room, hallway, or bedroom. You can place an end table beside your couch as a functional and stylish storage piece. This is a nice place to add a lamp and brighten up a room.

Industrial pipe end tables are also easy and affordable to build. In fact, with the right materials, you can create an end table in an afternoon.

We’ve gathered a list of 40 end table project ideas. All of these projects could easily be constructed with pipe and Kee Klamp fittings.

If you are ready to get some inspiration, keep reading. After you review these projects you will be ready to create your own industrial pipe end table.

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This end table is a convenient place to store TV remotes or to place a lamp. This table fits perfectly beside a couch. This industrial chic design was created with a few simple materials: wood, pipe, and pipe fittings. When designing your own table, remember that Kee Klamp fittings are versatile and easy to disassemble. So, you can move or rearrange your design as needed.

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This stylish end table was created with a section of a tree trunk and pipe. This piece is rustic and would work well in a living room. You could use the table to display a lamp, picture frames, flowers, or other decorative items. Three Socket Tee fittings are crucial to the structural design of this end table.

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Similar to the previous table, this end table was created with a slab of a tree trunk. The designer of this table used part of a willow tree that had blown over in their yard for the table top. When designing your own end table, consider any materials you already have that would work for the table.

Do you have any wood that you could use? If so, that would help reduce the cost of the project. When designing an end table with Kee Klamp fittings, Three Socket Tee fittings help add stability to the design. Flange fittings can also be used for the feet of the table.

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This versatile table created by Keren from Texas is a great option for small spaces. Since it is mounted on wheels, it can be easily moved to different places in the house. This could be used as a coffee table when needed or set beside the couch as an end table.

If you wanted to create a taller end table, simply use longer pipe for the legs. Keren added two levels to this table for even more storage. She used Rail Support fittings to support the bottom layer.

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This table was created with galvanized pipe legs and a concrete table top. This adds a unique design that is very different from the wood table tops that are often used with galvanized pipe. If you are looking for a sleek and modern end table, consider also using a concrete slab for the table top. When building the frame, use M50 fittings to help support the weight of the concrete.

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This two-level end table is the perfect accent piece to sit beside a couch or in the corner of a living room. You can use this table to display decorative items or as additional storage space. You could even add a third level if you wanted to create a taller table. When building your own table make sure you have an Allen wrench to secure the Flange fittings.

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Feel free to get creative as you design your end table. When you use pipe and Kee Klamp fittings you have plenty of options to use unique elements for a table top. This project was made with a cable spool and rope. Flange fittings were used to create the base of the legs.

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This simple end table was built with a scrap of unused lumber. If you have lumber laying around your garage, see if you can use it to design your own end table. With a piece of wood as a table top, all you need to complete the project is pipe, screws, and fittings. 90° Elbow fittings were used to help stabilize this piece.

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This end table has two levels which create an interesting design for the piece. If you wanted the bottom shelf to be more functional, consider adding more space between the two levels. Since Kee Klamp fittings are adjustable, it would be easy to space out these two levels. Three Socket Tee fittings were used in this project to help support the second shelf.

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Reclaimed wood was used to give this project a rustic feel. This end table is on wheels so it could easily be moved to different areas of the living room as needed. Flange fittings were used to help attach the pipe to the base of the table.

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This triangular end table is a unique accent piece for any room. You can easily add this table to a corner to fill unused space. The two shelves allow for plenty of room for storage or to display plants, frames, and other decorative pieces. This project is mounted to the floor with Flange fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings are used to help attach the support pipe.

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This interesting end table was designed with reclaimed wood. This table was built using threaded pipe, but for a simpler project, consider using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe. You will still enjoy the industrial design, but it will be easier to build.

Plus, with Kee Klamp fittings, you can easily disassemble and rebuild the project if needed. Before designing your own end table, browse our collection of Kee Klamp fittings. You might find some inspiration just by looking at the variety of fittings available.

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Geometric shapes are very trendy in design. If you want to follow this trend in your home, consider creating a triangular end table. This project has three triangular shelves which allow for plenty of storage space. You can slide this table in a corner or set it beside a couch for more of a statement piece. All you need is reclaimed wood, Flange fittings, and pipe to create a similar piece.

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James built this end table for his son’s apartment in Boston. James said, “In Boston, in the old apartments you are lucky if there is one outlet on a wall. I put a box with 2 outlets and 2 USB ports to bring the electric to the bed table.” In addition to adding extra outlets, James added a basket under the top shelf for more storage. With Kee Klamp fittings, pipe, and wood you could easily create a similar project for your space.

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John created this end table to match his coffee table. He used Standard Railing Flange fittings to attach the pipe to his table tops. These tables offer a unique rustic and industrial-chic look to John’s house. If you wanted to create a different look, consider painting the pipe, but the galvanized look helps add to the industrial feel of the tables.

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Jack created this end table as a retail display. He built the table with galvanized pipe, Flange fittings, and Three Socket Tee fittings. He used a glass table top to add a uniquely chic look to the piece. This table would also work well as an end table in a living room.

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Aaron built this end table from wood slabs, Flange fittings, and pipe. He wanted to design an accent table to display his record player and record collection. The wood slabs used in this project help add an interesting focal point to his living room. When designing your own table, look for rustic or unusual pieces of wood if you want to create a similar feel for your project.

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Brad created this industrial end table using wood, galvanized pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. He decided to use pipe instead of wood to support the base of the table.

Brad said, “I wanted to make the lower foot rail using pipe to give the table a more industrial look rather than use wood. I originally intended to use 1" pipe flanges on all four sides but the wooden legs are not equal in dimension on each side and the flanges would only fit in one direction. I purchased the Single Socket Tee fittings to run the pipe rail in the long direction.”.

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This end table features two levels, which gives plenty of storage space to the piece. You can create a similar end table by using reclaimed wood and galvanized pipe. Three Socket Tee fittings help attach the horizontal supports for the bottom level of the table. This end table works well in a living room and is a great spot to place a lamp or decorative items. This could also work well in a bedroom as a bedside table. The bottom shelf could easily be used for functional storage if needed.

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This end table was built with stained wood, pipe, and fittings to create a polished industrial piece. The modern look of the table contrasts nicely with the formal chair. With the right materials, you could easily create a similar project for your living room. Three Socket Tee fittings are essential for the design of this table.

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This unique end table was designed to slide over the arm of a couch. This is a perfect table to use if you want to work on a laptop or eat while you are sitting on your living room couch. Plus, this table can easily fit in a closet if you want it out of the way when you are not using it. 90° Elbow fittings are used to help create the base of the table.

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When you need extra storage space in your living room, a two-level end table is a great option. This piece is both functional and stylish. The bottom level sits high enough off the ground that a basket can easily slide under for additional storage.

Although the piece looks very chic, it is simple to design and build. All you need are the right materials and you could create a similar project in just a few hours. Flange fittings, wood, and pipe are the main materials you need to recreate this table.

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This end table was built using copper pipe, however, you could achieve the same looks with galvanized pipe and Kee Klamp fittings by spray painting the materials or by using our powder coating service.

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Reclaimed wood is a popular choice for end tables. By using this as a table top, you can save money and create a trendy piece for your home. To complement the reclaimed wood, this designer used pipe and Kee Klamp fittings to add an industrial element to the table. You could also use wood on the lower level of the table if you wanted to add more functional storage to the piece.

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This accent table was also built with reclaimed wood, pipe, and fittings. It is a small end table that could be used to display decorative items, like the candles shown in the picture. This table is being used on a patio but a similar table would work in a living room. Three Socket Tee fittings were used in this project to attach the horizontal pipe. Flange fittings could also have been used to create the base of the legs.

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This project was designed to sit next to a couch. You could use this table to place a drink, snack, or the TV remote for easy access. Or, add lamps, plants, or picture frames for decorations. This table has two levels, so the bottom level could be used for functional storage. By using Kee Klamp fittings you can easily adjust the shelves if needed.

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Black paint was used to create a polished look for this end table. This is a simple way to change the look and feel of a project. If you wanted to create a similar project, but were looking for a more industrial piece, simply leave the galvanized pipe unpainted. Three Socket Tee fittings are important for attaching the horizontal support pipe in this project.

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Like many of the other tables we have discussed, this was made with reclaimed wood. The wood was stained a dark color and the pipe was painted to create a chic end table. This table is used for decorative pieces, but a basket could be added to the bottom level for additional storage space. Flange fittings would also work as the feet of this table.

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For an even simpler project, consider using Kee Klamp fittings and galvanized pipe instead of threaded pipe. This project was built using copper fittings and pipe but could easily be recreated using Kee Klamp fittings. Either spray paint the pipe and fittings in a copper finish or use our powder coating service to achieve the look you’re going for.

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This trendy end table was made with a round wood table top and threaded pipe. Galvanized pipe and Kee Klamp fittings could also be used if you wanted to create a project that was even easier to complete. The simple design adds a modern accent piece to the room. Flange fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings would be helpful when creating a similar project.

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These matching end tables were built with Three Socket Tee fittings, Flange fittings, and galvanized pipe. The wood was stained but could be left unfinished if you wanted to create a more rustic table. The Flange fittings could also be attached to the ground if you needed to secure the table in place.

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This end table is an elevated alternative to using a TV tray. You can simply slide the table top over the arm of a couch and place your food on the table. This end table can be stored beside the couch or out of sight in a closet. Side Outlet Elbow fittings are used in the design of this table.

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Small decorative items look great on this simple end table. The round table top adds an interesting design element to the table. By painting the pipe, the piece has a more sophisticated feel. 90° Elbow fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings are crucial for the structure of this table.

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Instead of using PVC pipe, consider creating a similar table with galvanized pipe. This will make the table feel more sturdy and trendy. Galvanized pipe could be painted if you liked the look of the white table legs.

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This two level end table is a nice blend of rustic and industrial design. Both levels could be used for functional storage or to display decorative items. This table would look great in an entryway, dining room, or living room. Flange fittings are used to attach the pipe to the table top.

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Gold powder coating really makes this piece stand out. Although it doesn’t offer a lot of storage space, this table can be used to display a picture frame or a lamp. You could keep the legs unpainted if you wanted a more industrial-style table.

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Burnt pine wood was used to create this unique piece. Kee Klamp fittings and galvanized pipe could also have been used for an even easier project. Kee Klamp is adjustable and allows you to change the design of your project as needed.

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The cross-over design of the legs adds a unique focal point to this end table. Although it looks very complex, this is a simple design that could be recreated with just a few affordable materials. Three Socket Tee fittings are important for creating the legs.

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This wood and pipe table uses plenty of Flange fittings in its design. The high-top end table seems like it would work well in a kitchen or bar space. You could also use this table in your entryway to display pictures and flowers.

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This small round table is a nice piece to add beside a couch. You can use the end table as a simple accent piece by only placing a few decorative items on the top. A Four Socket Cross fitting is used to create the four-way connection at the bottom of the frame.

Build Your Own End Table Today!

Are you ready to create your own DIY end table? Browse our selection of Kee Klamp fittings and galvanized pipe to get started.

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If you are not sure where to start, contact our design team today to discuss your ideas. Our team will help you select the materials you need to get started on your end table project!

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