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DIY Outdoor Sectional

I have always wanted an outdoor sectional for our patio. They look so comfy and chic and can fit way more people that my small wicker furniture. There are so many beautiful sectionals online, but the problem is they are so expensive, I just cant justify spending $800 on something that I can make myself for cheaper.

So this weekend, I decided to take the plunge and make my own outdoor sectional. I did soI me searching, and I found some awesome plans from Ana White online. These plans were great because they only used 2x4s, and they can be built with or without pocket holes. Perfect plans for a beginner. Here is an example from Ana White’s website how this looks when then sectional is completed.

Y’all I can tell you this is so easy to build. I did it in a weekend and for $120 in materials. That is a steal. If you re considering doing this, you should. You will love having this for your patio or deck.

How To Build An Outdoor Sectional


Kreg Jig (Only if you want to build this with pocket holes)


These are the two plans you need to build the outdoor sectional above:

The plans Ana White lays out are perfect and give you the step by step instructions on what wood and the cuts you need to build this. When you are finished, you will have an outdoor sectional that looks like this.

Once I built this, then I sanded it, stained it, and decorated with some of my favorite pieces. You can check out what I used in the links below. My sister is working on sewing some pillows for this space, so I can't wait to show them to y'all!!

What do y’all think? Send me your pictures if you decide to build this on your own. I can’t wait to see it!


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2 commenti

Did you use pressure treated wood or just regular interior studs? Have they held up with weather if you used non-pressure treated?

Mi piace

Looks great! How did you use the combination of both plans?

Mi piace
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