Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Storage Bench. By Delia James.
I was pretty satisfied with then I made a copy of the whole thing and exploded copy and laid it out on two four by eight rectangles to give myself a cut list using that cut list Eddie and I started breaking down the plywood into the parts we needed, besides the top in the very bottom shelf, I'll get a rabbit to accept the plywood back and it's much easier to cut that rabbit before the cabinet is put together. I applied some iron-on banding to the plywood edges that will end up showing in the end they will paint up really nice.
I use the straight edge for a fence to use my router to cut for the partitions that will separate the shoe. Then I glued up the sub-assembly, now that the shoe cover sub-assembly is put together. I'm turning my attention to the sides, and the first thing I'm going to do is cut a bit out of the bottom here with my jigsaw that will actually form the four legs. Then I'm gonna go ahead and cut into the sides. The same way to accept the shelves, the same way that I did for the for the shoe coming using my router.
It's difficult to see here in this in this shot, but this is actually a bead board back and I think what the paint scheme is going to be is that the bead board back will be a kind of a turquoise color and the rest will be painted white and It was a really nice project if you'd like to see how I did it. Stick around and I'll show you next. I drew it up in sketch and got a drawing.
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