Coffee tables are a favorite of mine, especially when I’m looking for something to sit on during the week. 

I love them so much that I made a coffee table set out of a few pieces of scrap plywood, a kitchen table, and a kitchen sink. 

When I finally finished, I realized I had a great coffee table, but I wanted to make it more customizable. 

My goal was to add a few other things, like a coffee maker, a coffee mug, and even a table lamp. 

The final product was a little over 1,000 square feet, but the process took about two hours. 

Here’s how it went down.

Step 1: Determine What You’re Going to MakeStep 2: Determinate the Materials You’re Working WithStep 3: Cut the PartsYou NeedStep 4: Prep Your Coffee TableKitchen Table and Kitchen SinkStep 5: Install the Coffee MakerKitchen Cabinet and Coffee MugStep 6: Clean Up Your KitchenKitchen Step 1: Find a piece of scrap wood and cut it to size.

You can buy scrap wood for as little as $1.00 per square foot. 

Use a jigsaw to cut a section of wood that’s roughly the width of your table, which should be about 3 inches wide. 

For a coffee set, you’ll want to get a piece that’s about 4 inches wide and about 6 inches long. 

Using a jig saw or router to cut the piece will take about five minutes. 

Step 2A: Measure the PartsStep 3B: Measure Out the Parts you NeedStep 5C: Cut Your PartsYou can either buy a piece from the local hardware store or use a jagged saw to cut out the parts. 

Measure the width, length, and width of the pieces, as well as the thickness and thickness of the wood. 

Cut out the pieces on your jig. 

Once the jig has cut out all of the required parts, you can then use the jigsaw or router (or whatever you want to call it) to cut them out of wood.

Step 6A: Remove the PiecesYou’ll want the coffee table pieces to sit flush with the top of your cabinet.

You may also want to make sure the pieces sit flush against each other so that they don’t rub against the top. 

In order to remove the coffee tables from their bases, first remove the legs from the base. 

Then remove the feet from the top and attach the legs to the base using some wood screws or nails.

Step 7: Install a Coffee MakerStep 8: Prepare Your Coffee MugThis step may seem counterintuitive at first, but it’s crucial.

You’ll want a coffee pot, so cut the pieces to size and place them on the coffee pot. 

This will make the coffee set more compact and easier to carry.

Step 9: Clean up the KitchenStep 10: Clean the KitchenKitchensKitchen CabinetsStep 11: Install Your Coffee SetKitchen CupboardStep 12: Install The Coffee MugThe coffee pot should sit flush on the cabinet and the coffee cup should sit on the top so that you can easily pour coffee into the cup. 

If you have a big pot, you might need to cut it down a bit. 

You can also make the cup more attractive by installing the coffee maker on the side of the cup, as I did. 

Now that you have your set of coffee cups, you’re ready to go! 

You’ll need:A coffee potStep 1a: Measure out the length of the piece that you wantto measure.

You want to measure about three inches.

Step 2a: Cut out the part of the coffee stick that you’ll need to attach to the coffee piece.

Step 3a: Use a jag to cut up the part that’s closest to the end of the stick.

Step 4a: Install and clean up the coffee mugStep 5a: Clean out the kitchenStep 6a: Move the coffee mugs to a new place in the cupboardStep 7a: Make sure you keep the coffee cups in the kitchen. 

Remove the coffee pots from the cupboards, and then take the cup cups and put them in the refrigerator.

Step 8a: Store your coffee sets in a cool, dry place. 

They’re a great addition to any home.