Step #1: Gather your materials Make sure you have all the tools, and wood you need, as well as screws/nails. The wood should be 2x4 split into 4 pieces, as well as a flat 2 flat pieces for the face.
Step #2: Set the pillars up Set up 4 of your corner wood pieces in a rectangle format. To do this use your face/flat piece of wood and a long straight object to make sure the pillars are lined up with each other.
Step #3: Set up the top face of the table Place one of your flat pieces of wood on top and hammer in 2 nails for each of your standing wood planks.
Step #4: Rinse and repeat Set up the bottom face of the table. Flip what you have built over and repeat the last step, but now at the opposite end of the product.
Step #5: Strengthening the table, part 1 As shown in the image, a cross bar is required in the middle of the table, going across it if you want to have your table support more weight.
Step #6: Strengthening the table, part 2 To get the table to support even more weight you are going to want to cut pieces of wood like those shown in the corner, these are put in place in order to transfer some of the weight from the face plate, away from the edges of the table and more towards the middle.