This is a super simple DIY TV tray. All you need is some plywood, stain and cabinet pulls. Check out the video explaining how to do it too!
I’m so stoked to be sharing this DIY with you today because I did it as a part of a challenge! This was my first challenge ever and I had so much fun. My family has a beautiful dining area, but it’s currently a craft area right now. Also let’s be honest, we’ve never eaten a meal at that table. We routinely sit on the floor and eat off the coffee table in the living room. I would prefer to not eat in the living room at all, but the fact is it’s my house and I can do what I want. That’s why I decided to do a DIY TV tray so we could at least have something designated to eat on!
I love working with plywood. To date, I have only done a couple of projects with it but I always have so much fun when I do. I also love staining wood so this project was extremely gratifying. Make sure to check out the other projects at the bottom of this post for more plywood project ideas!
What I used to create my DIY TV Tray
Watch this video to see how I did it or read the tutorial below!
Start by sanding your plywood. Use your sander using 60 grit then 120 grit.
Put your gloves on and dip an old rag in the wood stain and put it on the wood. I did two coats because I really wanted it dark.
Spray it with polyurethane and then acrylic sealant. I did both because the polyurethane seals the stain and I like the texture of the acrylic spray.
Then, I glued the cabinet pulls on! Seriously so simple.
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