|Project by Tokolosi||posted 07-09-2012 01:22 AM||2130 views||5 times favorited||16 comments|
But I made it for my teenage daughter. I’m sure she will be able to find something to store in there.
Pallet oak finished with Danish oil. The knobs are actually made and sold as scrapbooking accessories. Saw them at a big box craft store. Had to buy and modify some machine screws to make it work.
The last picture is of the back. I was having the darndest time getting the drawers to go in.Then I realized the air compressing behind them is the problem. So I had to either sand them smaller or… drill a small hole behind each drawer. I am actually proud of the fact that they fit so tight! ;-)
Cheers and thanks for looking.
edited to add:
Im always amazed at how much wood a project consumes. This was made from there cross members of a packing pallet approx. 4’ square. Did not use the braces. And all I have left is 4 or 5 tiny cut-offs. And the entire project is only about 12” square and 6” deep. Heavy though!
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