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I have quite a bit of DVDs and came to the conclusion that I needed some organization. So one night when I couldn't sleep I drew up a plan for an eas...
Materials needed:1x6 material in 6 foot lengths (5)2x4 stud material at 36"1 1/4" screws (28)Wood GlueI utilized the KREG pocket hole jigTools:SawSqua...
Mark and cut 2 of the 1x6's at 48". Mark and cut the other 3 boards at 36"
I used a KREG pocket hole jig to put two holes at each end of the shelf pieces . This made assembly easier.
I used the "glue and screw" method for attaching the shelves to the side. The first shelf was put in at 90-degrees at the topside corner. I took a s...
Finishing up, I attached a 36" 2x4 at the bottom with screws to act as a "toekick" and keep it off the floor a little. Glue and 4 screws worked.
The units are finished. Allow the glue to dry and a light sanding is all that is needed. You can stain or paint the unit to match your room. (if pai...
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