The best part about this is that the finished product will meet your SPECIFIC needs versus buying something premade and hoping it's not too big, or too small. Often times the items you want to store don't fit or the piece you buy simply doesn't look the way you want it to. Regardless of what your skill level or previous experience is, you can always be sure that designing/building your own furniture is a satisfying way to achieve exactly what you want and to be proud of it as well!
- ~36' of 1x10 pine boards
- wood screws
- wood glue
- wood stain
- wood sealer
- something to apply the stain with (rags, brushes, foam pads, etc.)
- 56 small brass shelf brackets
- varying grits of sandpaper (150-400 should be enough)
- saw (circular, miter, hand...whatever is available to you)
- small level
It should go without saying that when working with any tools, you remember to use them properly and safely. That includes the use of goggles, earplugs, and face masks when necessary. If you don't know how to use the tools properly, please take the time to learn! Ok, with that said...let's get to it!