To assemble this coffee table, please follow these instructions, using the pictures above as reference.
Before You Start
To avoid scratching your coffee table, make sure to work on a soft surface like carpet. Alternatively, you can place a large towel or a bed sheet on a table or on the floor, or you could even work on a sofa.
If you need help, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Gather all the components and make sure you have:
- The table top
- 3 legs
- 2 black connecting brackets
- 12 short screws
- 3 long screws
- 1 Allen key.
You will also need a Phillips (cross) screwdriver.
Find the black connecting bracket labelled A-B-C and align the ‘A’ label with the corresponding ‘A’ label in the leg (legs are also labelled A-B-C and 1-2-3; for now, find the ‘A’ label).
Position the bracket so that the ‘A’ labels face one another.
Use 2 short screws and the provided Allen key to fasten the bracket to the leg.
Tighten the screws only until the bracket cannot move anymore. The bracket and the leg will self-align.
Align the ‘B’ labels in the same way and proceed to fasten the bracket to the next leg.
Repeat with the ‘C’ labels so that the 3 legs are assembled as shown.
Flip the legs upside down and align the other bracket, labelled 1-2-3, so that the labels match to those on the legs.
Fasten the bracket with the 6 remaining short screws and the Allen key. Remember to not overtighten the screws.
Position the table top upside down, so that the mounting holes are visible.
Place the legs assembly on the table top, as shown. The holes in the legs must be toward the table top bottom.
Align the legs so that the marked hole corresponds to the mark on the bottom of the table top, as shown.
Carefully align the holes in the legs with those on the bottom of the table top.
Use the 3 long screws to fasten the legs to the table top. Tighten the screws with a Phillips screwdriver until the legs cannot move.
Flip the coffee table and you’re done!