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I promised my girlfriend that I'd make her a new nightstand some time ago, and yesterday I finally had the time to do it. And it being Valentine's ...
The plan is to make a curved cabinet, divided equally into 4 spaces. Two are accessible from the front, and the other two from the side. This way ...
Start by sawing the 2 holes out of the front piece of MDF/wood. This is easier now when the piece is whole if you're using an figure-saw machine ...
Use wood-glue or some other sticky stuff to attach the shelves to the back of the frame. Make sure you put the sanded shelves at the right positions, ...
When the frame is glued and dry, you can add the sides and the drawer. It's easiest to start with the side without the holes, and then glue ...
...and your curved cabinet is finished! You can now choose to paint your cabinet, or do some other finishing touches. Mine will be painted soon, so I will ...
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