|Project by Matt Ramsey||posted 03-02-2016 09:40 PM||2470 views||4 times favorited||7 comments|
This is a fun project for my 2.5 year old daughter’s room, to help cleanup the house pre imminent (any hour now!) baby girl number 2. :) It has a poplar frame, and a beadboard back panel. It has bungee cord ‘bars’ that run top to bottom, fastened in the middle. The back is set in dado’s, and the frame is pocket screwed together. The frame has ‘cover’ boards that fit on the inside edges to give the appearance of a solid square frame, and to cover the 18 ga staples used to fasten on the bungee (3 at each joint to keep it secure). The middle board has dado’s cut per the bungee spacing, and the top and bottom boards have a large rabbet cut, with spacer blocks glued and stapled back in to fill the gaps. The top is picture framed, to keep it open for toy access but dress it up, with a quarter round moulding to round it out. Project is primed and painted to match other items in her room. Sketch-up plans available for those interested, but it is really quite simple. 24” x 18” and 60” tall, to hold a ridiculous number of stuffed animals. :)
Thanks for looking!
-- Matt Ramsey, Auburn, GA