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DIY Outdoor Scallop Concrete Table

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Hi friends! I’m back with another SUPER cute and SUPER easy outdoor project. Heavy concrete accent tables can get pretty pricey, but this version is such an affordable alternative. The total cost for this DIY project was under $15. The best part is the many ways these can be used!

diy outdoor table; scalloped edger concrete table



  • caulk gun

Assemble the Base

I actually did two different versions of this table. They both use the same amount of pieces, just assembled differently.

For the first style base, I glued and stacked two scalloped edgers and repeated.

Once dry, butt the straight edges up against each other.

You can glue the straight edges together. Then add glue to the top and place on the 12×12 paver.

Paint if desired!

For the second version, I assembled the scalloped edgers in an ‘X’ shape.

Not shown here, but if I was to do this again, I’d line up the edgers in the cross position and top with the adhesive. Then place the 12×12 paver on top. It was a bit difficult flipping it over as this table is heavy.

But the end result is so cute and fun!

diy outdoor table; scalloped edger concrete table

I used Krylon Fusion All-In-One spray paint for the base in the color Gloss Soft Pink.

Use these concrete tables as accent tables or plant stands! Enjoy!