D&DIY – Table Riser

Board Geek Girl

I’m very lucky to have a huge dining table to play D&D around. But I also have 7 players so that table is filled up quickly! Between all the paper sheets, books, dice and spell cards, it can be tricky to clear some space for a battle map!

My solution was to build a table riser, which allows my players to store things underneath while leaving a dedicated space on top for the maps etc.

It was a super easy project so I thought I’d share it with you incase it’s of interest! It didn’t cost a whole lot either because I already had the fabric left over from my other gaming tables.


For the short legs I used a square banister spindle cut down into five 10cm lengths and added felt sticky pads to the bottom. I have so many of these pads as they are included…

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