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Rustic TV Stand with Concrete Top

Build a rustic TV stand with concrete top with these free build plans.

The large 6′ TV console is the perfect balance to any television with plenty of room for all your components and decor.

Now that the budget farmhouse kitchen remodel is mostly done, I have been tackling projects that have been put off way too long. First was my finishing the upholstered daybed for my daughter.

And second was to finally build a rustic TV stand to replace the entertainment center that we got rid of in May (it was too big for our new space).

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I partnered with Kreg Jig and their new project plan site BuildSomething.com to share the free build plans with you today.

Angled view of medium brown stained TV stand with 2 drawers and a concrete top.

I wouldn’t have thought I could be so happy with a new TV stand in our family room. But I’m not going to lie, it looks so pretty.

Maybe it is because we had a bunch of plastic storage drawers trying to wrangle all our TV components since May. Living in an unorganized and crazy room like that makes you so happy for anything new!

But I promise this rustic, industrial TV stand is so pretty you would be happy with it even if it wasn’t replacing crappy storage bins.

Large 6 foot long TV stand with open shelves and drawers. Rustic TV stand is topped with an industrial concrete top.

When designing the new TV stand, I knew I wanted something with room for storage. We have lots of TV stuff!

It’s amazing how many controllers we have for our 2 game consoles. And why do they all come with cords and covers and other things? So I knew we needed a couple drawers to hold them all.

Cropped view of the rustic TV stand showing a close up of one of the 2 drawers. Routered detail on the drawer front.

And for storage/decorating what is better than some open shelves?

The perfect place for stacking books, adding baskets or boxes, and displaying a few fun items.

Televison mounted on the wall above a warm brown rustic TV stand with concrete top. Showing open shelving with books and decor items inside.

To make the TV stand look high-end, I decided to pull out my router and Kreg router table.

I used a chamfer bit set to take off about 1/16 of the corner at a diagonal. Then I routed just the inside edges of both the side and drawer front boards.

Now the simple design of the 1x3s that make up the sides and drawer fronts look fancy and expensive (even though they are not). And it only took a few minutes to trim off the tiniest bit of all the boards.

Rustic TV stand side view of the routered details on the boards.

But my favorite part of the rustic TV stand is the concrete top.

I have worked with concrete on smaller projects, and have so many plans to use it on a larger scale. I am so glad I finally tackled that larger project because it looks awesome!

The thick concrete top is reminiscent of a kitchen counter top. It makes the low TV stand have some weight to it to balance out the large TV on top (or the smaller TV that we keep talking about updating someday).

*Update: I finally decided to tackle and even bigger concrete project! Check out our amazing concrete countertops that can be made in just one day!*

Close up of the concrete top on the rustic TV stand. Styled with popcorn popper and popcorn containers.

TV Stand Build Plans

If you are ready to build your own rustic TV stand with concrete top, I am sharing the free build plans at BuildSomething.com.

Click here for the complete plans.

Rustic TV stand with concrete top against a white wall with TV mounted above it.
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Chris

Sunday 29th of July 2018

Could you explain the routering in a little more detail?

Kati

Saturday 4th of August 2018

Yes. I set my router on my router table so that it only took off about 1/16" off the corner. For the sides and drawers, I took that amount off all sides of the boards except the sides on the outside. Too make it easier, I laid out the boards on my work table how they would be assembled then I knew which edges needed routering. Hope this makes sense. please let me know if you have any other questions!

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