Published at Sunday, 02 September 2018. Storage Bench. By Delia James.
I used the circular saw with the jig that I made to cut straight lines, and this was used to cut half inch birch plywood for the exterior of the box, which would go around the 2x4 frame here. You'll see that I'm just gluing up the frame putting on the half-inch birch plywood clamping it down before I Brad nail it together. Now I wanted the storage bench to have a shaker look.
Kitchen nook benches and they are used for you know, reading areas under a window or you can use them in a kitchen for a kitchen, nook area and then put a kitchen table around the area as well. For smaller spaces - and it really looks nice when you put some pillows up like this , be in the description box here, you'll see the lid opening up. It has hinges that hold them up. As well as softly closed dampers and then you can fit anything, you want toys, pillows, blankets, inside the storage bench.
So what I did was, I used the half inch plywood birch and I cut three-inch strips out and width and created a box on all the sides where at the top of the bench I used 3/4 inch plywood and to make the round over edge. Look. I had the lip come out 1/4 of an inch past the frame, and then I rounded it over with the router to attach the lid to the bench I used piano hinges to paint the entire bench. I used a paint sprayer and used a primer paint mix. Just a white color for any imperfections you have or anything that might be showing you can always use white Culkin to hide it.
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