Published at Saturday, 01 September 2018. Storage Bench. By Lottie Osborne.
There are a lot of repetitive cuts here and using a stop block is a huge help to make sure everything fits. Just right during assembly above the panels. There are some short 2x2 accents which I'll be making from the shorter lengths of 2x4 as I'm cutting here for smaller cuts. Like this, I use a 10-inch spacer on my miter stop, since the stop can only go down to 14 inches. I went ahead and cut the parts for the back assembly as well before the next step.
The bed has four main parts to it the headboard foot board back in the storage base. I started off by ripping the plywood down and cutting the panels for the assemblies. The headboard and foot board are mirror images of each other with a frame and panel look and the frames are made of two by fours, Which I'll clean up later on the table saw for a more refined look. But first I cut all the parts to size on my mobile miter saw station.
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