Rustic X Console

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Introduction: Rustic X Console

Build this one of a kind quick, and easy Rustic X Console

Materials List:

2 - 2x4s @ 8ft

2 - 1x12s @ 6ft

8 - 2x2s @ 8ft

1 - 2x6 @ 10ft

1 - 2x6 @ 8ft

2 1/2" Pocket Hole Screws

2 1/2" Wood Screws

Wood Glue

Step 1: Step 1 : Assemble Shelves

Assemble top and bottom shelves by attaching 2x2s to 1x12 with wood glue and 2" brad nails.

Be sure to measure your 2x2s against the 1x12 before making your cuts. attach the smaller 2x2 sides first.

Step 2: Step 2: Attach Legs

Attach 2x4 legs to the assembled shelves using 2 1/2" wood screws.

You can space your shelves however you like but for general build I usually have 14" between shelves

Lay 2x4s on the ground and stand shelves upright to attach shelf to the legs. Screw underneath shelf. Flip shelf and attach the other two leg.s

Step 3: Step 3 : Attach Top Braces

Attach 2x2s to the top of the console with a Kreg Jig a 1 1/2" setting using 2 1/2" pocket hole screws

Step 4: Step 4: Assemble Top

Assemble top by attaching 2x6s with a Kreg Jig on a 1 1/2" setting using 2 1/2" pocket hole screws. Attach to console with 2" wood screws underneath 2x2 top braces.

Step 5: Step 5: Add X Braces

Add X braces to sides of the console using wood glue and 2" brad nails. Cut Xs at about 36 degrees.

Be sure to measure before you cut the X angle. Put the 2x2 up against the console, mark a line from the back and cut your angle from that line.

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    Hehe, what a rich guy! Using nice wood and making it look all old in order to be cool. Just use old and recycled wood bro!! Pallets, an old fence, what ever the neighbours are ripping out…

    I like it! The simple Xs really take the whole thing up a few style notches.

    Nicely done, thanks for sharing! :)