45+ DIY Kitchen Table Ideas Built with Industrial Pipe
Looking for a new kitchen table? Tables made with pipe and reclaimed wood are very popular these days. But, that also means buying one of these trendy tables can get pricey.
Have you considered building one instead?
Designing and building your own kitchen table is easier than it sounds. With just a few basic materials, you can create your own stylish kitchen table. Kee Klamp fittings, industrial pipe, and a tabletop are the main supplies you need to create a unique and affordable kitchen table.
If you are ready for some DIY kitchen table inspiration, keep reading. In this post, we will look at more than 45 kitchen table project ideas. Soon you will be ready to create your own functional and eye-catching kitchen table.
Lia created this modern kitchen table with a quartz tabletop. She needed a sturdy base to support the heave tabletop, so she opted for industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. She used Flange fittings for the feet of the table. Lia said, “the table lends a cool, classy element to a modern dining room.”
This high-top table is the perfect way to create an interesting focal point in your kitchen. This table was created with the Rugged Frame Table Kit, which can be adjusted to the dimensions you need for your project. The unpainted wood top gives this piece a rustic look.
Jeff from North Carolina created this functional and sleek kitchen table. By using a stainless steel tabletop, Jeff can prepare and serve food on this table. To support the tabletop, Jeff used the Basic Table Frame Kit for the base. The colorful bar stools around the table help give this piece a fun and playful look.
Steven from California custom-designed this table to fit in his narrow kitchen. To make the project easier and cheaper, Steven used industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings for the base. He only needed a few tools to assemble the table, but it is sturdy and works perfectly in his kitchen. To create a similar table, you will need Three Socket Cross fittings, Flange fittings, and 90° Side Outlet Tee fittings.
Paul in Montreal, Canada designed this table to work in the corner of his kitchen. This is a great table for two and it doesn’t take up a lot of space in a small kitchen. This table was also designed with a leaf, which can be added if you need to fit more people around the table. Paul used our free design assistance to help create this unique kitchen table.
Ryan from Hopkins, Michigan created this long kitchen table with maple table tops, industrial pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. Ryan could easily dismantle this table to store it in a closet if he needed to save space. When he had guests over, he could simply bring the pieces out from the closet and reassemble the table. To create a similar table, you will need Side Outlet Elbow fittings.
Loren in Tacoma, Washington designed this tall kitchen table to sit at bar height. This beautiful piece adds a nice focal point to her kitchen. She used casters on the bottom of the table so she can easily move the table around the kitchen if she needed to. This type of table would work well in a small space because it could double as an additional kitchen counter space and a kitchen table.
Michael in Albertson, New York created a similar kitchen table to the last one on this list. Michael also used casters on the bottom of the table so it could be easily moved around his kitchen. Michael also used a custom tabletop to give the piece a rustic feel. You will need 90° Side Outlet Tee fittings when creating a similar kitchen table.
This striking outdoor kitchen table was created with a custom table-top made from reclaimed wood. The frame is constructed from industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. Flange fittings are used as the feet of the table. This table could also be used in a traditional indoor kitchen if you wanted a rustic piece in your kitchen.
This simple kitchen table was built with an IKEA table top, pipe, Flange fittings, and Plastic Plugs to cover the exposed ends of the pipe. This is an inexpensive kitchen table option that would work well in a dorm or small apartment. If you wanted to personalize the table, you could also stain the tabletop.
Steve created this tall piece to double as an island and table. The built-in shelves allow for additional storage, which makes this piece perfect for an apartment or small kitchen. The table features casters so it can be moved around the space as needed.
Jim from Chicago, Illinois created this kitchen table with a beautiful granite top, industrial pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. Jim said he decided to work with us on this project because we offered the “best quality plus working with sales support to add the bits and pieces I learned could make the design better. They were outstanding!!!” When working on your own project, you can also reach out to our design team for assistance.
Cristian created this sleek kitchen table with just a few simple materials. The unstained wood and galvanized pipe give this piece a rustic and chic appearance. Standard Railing Flange fittings were used as the feet of this table.
Eric designed this kitchen table to serve a variety of purposes. He wanted a table that could also double as a functional workspace. The unique shape of the table-top makes this an appealing and interesting piece. You could add casters to the bottom of the table if you wanted a workspace-kitchen table combo piece that could be easily moved.
Robb built this rolling kitchen table with a granite top, Kee Klamp fittings, and industrial pipe. This table works as a small kitchen island that can also be rolled to another spot to be used as a kitchen table. Robb said he used our products for this table because he “loved how it looked industrial and different!”
This industrial-chic kitchen table works well in a large space. The tabletop was made with Oregon Pine and the frame was built with industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. You could create a similar table with a different type of tabletop, as this is a standard design that would work well with a variety of materials. 90° Side Outlet Tee fittings are needed for the corners of this table.
Kai built this large kitchen table with reclaimed wood and our Standard Table Frame Kit. Kai said he enjoyed this project because it was “really easy to build and as I already had the materials for the tabletop - it was really cheap!”
Dan created this unique table with reclaimed wood, industrial pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. He paired the table with colorful chairs to brighten up the piece and to add a fun, modern twist to his kitchen. Three Socket Tee fittings and Flange fittings are crucial to the structural design of this kitchen table.
If you want to add a unique piece to your kitchen, consider following Leo’s design. He built this interesting table with reclaimed wood from a bowling alley. This large table could comfortably seat 4-6 people. The attractive bench is a nice alternative to traditional kitchen table chairs. Leo added additional bracing to this project to support the heavy tabletop. Flange fittings work well as the feet of this table.
Jerry from Massachusetts created this modern kitchen table with a granite table top, pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. He added casters to the legs so it could be easily moved around his home. Jerry opted for a powder coating on the pipe to give the piece a dark, sleek look. Neoprene gaskets are used to support the heavy granite tabletop on the frame.
This rustic kitchen table features a wooden tabletop, pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. Matching wooden benches provide plenty of seating for this table. To make a more industrial table, consider leaving the pipe galvanized instead of using a powder coating. Flange fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings are important for the design of this project.
This intimate kitchen table is perfect for a couple or a small apartment. You can create a similar table with reclaimed wood, industrial pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. Add colorful chairs if you want a pop of color in your kitchen. A Four Socket Cross Fitting is necessary for the center of this table’s frame.
This kitchen table was built with reclaimed wood from a barn. The pipe has a black powder coating, which gives the piece an elevated and sleek appearance. You could also consider using casters or Flange fittings for the feet of this table.
This farmhouse-style kitchen table incorporates a pipe-frame for an added industrial element. Instead of using chairs around the entire table, a bench was built for one side. You will need reclaimed wood, pipe, Flange Fittings, and Three Socket Tee fittings to build a similar table for your kitchen.
This modern kitchen table is tall enough to double as an island and a table. Flange fittings are used as the feet of the table. A black powder coating was added to the pipe to give the piece a sleek appearance. The frame contrasts nicely with the light-colored wooden tabletop.
This kitchen table features bench and stool seating. You can personalize a similar piece to fit your space. Build a bench for both sides or use traditional chairs, the choice is up to you! When creating your own piece, feel free to reach out to our design team for assistance.
This beautiful table features a chic frame with industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. The galvanized pipe nicely complement the quartz tabletop. For a similar kitchen table, you will need Flange fittings and Side Outlet Elbow fittings.
For function and style, consider creating a unique table similar to this piece. This tall kitchen table features two under-the-table counters to store a variety of kitchen supplies. Since the table is so tall, it could also double as a kitchen island. The pipe and 90° Elbow fittings on the side are used to create towel racks.
This space-saving kitchen bar table can easily sit 2-3 people. This table sits against the wall, but you could also create a similar wall-mounted table if that works better for your space. This kitchen table was created with just a few simple materials including reclaimed wood, pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. By using these supplies, you can build an affordable and stylish kitchen table.
This butcher block table works well in a large kitchen and can fit 8-10 people. Consider making a similar table with a frame of industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. Browse our selection of Table Frame Kits to make this project even easier.
Benches are a trendy addition to kitchen tables. This seating option allows for more people to gather around your table. Plus, benches add a unique element to your space. Consider creating a bench that matches your table. If you plan to do this, use the same pipe and wood to keep things uniform. Flange fittings also work well as the feet of kitchen table benches.
This kitchen table and its two benches all feature casters on the feet. These pieces can be easily moved around the kitchen as needed. You can also use industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings when designing your own kitchen table.
Since these materials can be easily assembled and disassembled, this is a great material to use for the benches. Simply break down and store the benches if you want to use chairs instead.
This basic kitchen table with a wood tabletop looks very nice on this hardwood floor. The black pipe makes the piece look modern. When creating your own kitchen table, consider the color you want for your frame. You can add a powder coating to the pipe if you want a different look for your table.
Kee Klamp fittings, especially Three Socket Tee fittings, are crucial for the design of many kitchen tables. These fittings are versatile and can be used in a variety of spots in your table frame. This table also features a black powder coating on the pipe.
A bench is also featured in this kitchen table design. Unlike some of the other benches pictured above, this bench is made from a different wood than the kitchen tabletop. This adds for a nice contrasting design that keeps the piece interesting. The frames of the bench and table are the same, which helps make the piece more uniform even though the tops are different. Casters or Flange fittings could be used for the feet of the table or bench.
This kitchen table shows that simple materials can be used to create an appealing table. All you need is a wood table top (which could be made from reclaimed wood or purchased from IKEA to save money), industrial pipe, and Kee Klamp fittings. This designer used stools instead of kitchen chairs, but the seating for your kitchen table is your choice.
This beautiful honeycomb table shows that you can think outside the box when designing your kitchen table. You don’t have to stick to a square or rectangle table. Circle, oval, or honeycomb tables are also options.
After designing your table top, look for the materials you need to create the base. This table features casters so it can be easily moved around the kitchen. Three Socket Tee fittings are also used to support the horizontal pipe.
Feel free to get creative with the color of your kitchen tabletop. This project was designed with 2 x 8 boards that were stained a light-grey color. You could use black powder coated pipe and Kee Klamp fittings to build the frame of your table. Reach out to our design team if you want assistance designing a similar project for your kitchen.
Although this table looks elegant and might seem challenging to design, it is simple to create a similar table for your kitchen. You could use a Table Frame Kit for the frame, so you don’t have to worry about designing the frame yourself.
Feel free to add a black powder coating or leave the pipe galvanized for a more industrial look. Once you have the frame kit, you will just need to create (or purchase) a tabletop.
This kitchen table features unique legs that give the otherwise rustic piece a slightly quirky look. You could use 90° Elbow fittings to help create the S-curve of the legs. You will also need Flange Fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings.
This unique project could be replicated with industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings for the legs and frame. You will need pieces of reclaimed wood to create an interesting tabletop. Browse our selection of pipe and Kee Klamp fittings to find inspiration for your table frame. Consider using casters for the feet so the table could be easily moved.
It is completely fine to mix colors and materials when designing your kitchen table. The dark wood tabletop works well with the black pipe. The white and stainless steel chairs also complement the table. As with many of the other tables listed above, Flange fittings and Three Socket Tee fittings are essential for the design of this project.
This rustic kitchen table was made with reclaimed wood and pipe. This circular table would work well in a small kitchen or apartment. Instead of using threaded pipe, consider building the table frame from industrial pipe and Kee Klamp fittings. You could add a powder coating to create a similar copper-color for your table frame.
This versatile table could be used in an indoor or outdoor kitchen space. When you use Kee Klamp fittings and industrial pipe, you can easily disassemble and reassemble the table as needed. This is the perfect project if you have a seasonal outdoor dining space. Add a powder coating to the pipe to give it a unique appearance.
Casters are used on this table to make it mobile. This is a perfect option if you want to create a multi-use kitchen table. This table could work as a kitchen table, dining room table, or crafting table. Feel free to move your table to any room that you need it in. You could always replace the casters with Flange fittings later if you decide you don’t want to table to be as mobile anymore.
This kitchen table is large and offers plenty of room for a relaxing meal. To make a similar project, you will need reclaimed wood, casters, and industrial pipe (colored with a powder coating). You can choose to use stools or chairs as the seating for this table.
Build Your Own Kitchen Table Today!
Now that you’ve browsed our collection of 45+ kitchen table ideas, are you ready to start working on your own project? Look through our selection of Kee Klamp fittings and galvanized pipe to get started on your kitchen table.
We would love to see the kitchen table you create! Will you build a matching bench or use traditional kitchen chairs? Feel free to send us a picture of your kitchen once you finish building your table.
Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, our expert design consultants are ready to help! Contact us today to discuss your ideas. Our team will help you select the materials you need to get started on your kitchen table project today!