DIY Coffee Table With Hidden Storage

wood coffee table with storage

Welcome to the fourth and final week of my four week DIY series with RYOBI Power Tools! Today, I am beyond excited to spill the beans on my next functional project – my DIY Wood Coffee Table With Hidden Storage! Not only can you now find the full tutorial for this project on YouTube, but you can also fund the free printable plans on RYOBI Nation! Don’t forget to enter to win some power tools as well!

DIY Coffee Table With Hidden Storage

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I am beyond excited to share this tutorial with you as it is easily my favorite build in this entire series!

modern coffee table with storage

table with storage

Living in a small space can be hard – so, it’s so important to have functional furniture like  this coffee table! Now we can pretend like we don’t actually live in a studio and also hide all of our embarrassing clutter when friends come over!

Want the free plans? You can find them on RYOBI Nation!

Here are affiliate links to some of the materials I used (other than lumber):

Biscuit Joiner (Starter Kit)
#10 Biscuits
Wood Glue
Glue Brush
Kreg Concealed Hinge Jig
(2) 95 Degree Inset Hinges
American Walnut Stain
Black Spray Paint
Wood Putty

Win Free Tools!

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Want to win free power tools? Well, you’re in luck! I’m partnering with RYOBI to give away $500 in power tools to 3 lucky winners! All you have to do is build one of my four functional projects and share the photo on social media! Make sure to tag it to #sweepstakes as well as tag @diyhuntress and RYOBI Power Tools in your post! That’s it!

You can find the full details on the giveaway here!

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Sam Raimondi

Sam is a full time psychologist and part time content creator from Long Island, New York.




  • Melissa Hawkins

    This was so sweet storage! Love it!

    • Sam

      Thanks so much!

  • Steve Davis

    Sam, I’ve watched several of your builds on YouTube. It just occurred to me (yeah, I’m a bit slow on the uptake), if you live in a studio – where do you do the shop work?

    • Sam

      Hi Steve! My workshop is in a shed in my parents’ backyard! I’ll be publishing a whole series about it on YouTube this month!

  • Joan

    Question: how much do you think your total project cost?

  • William Richardson

    The stunning idea of storage! You did a great job.

  • James Martin

    This is a very useful and thorough article! Thank you, SAM!

  • Fred Waller

    Wow, excellent conception. It really helps to organize small things along with a nice presentation. Thanks, commendable job.

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