|Project by cobb769||posted 01-13-2014 03:41 PM||11007 views||80 times favorited||50 comments|
I was commissioned to make these bookshelves by a co-worker for a kid’s room. She found some pictures online to give me a general idea of what she was looking for. I debated on how to build the sides and after some trial and error (mostly error), I decided that using 1 1/2’’ pine strips worked best. That created some additonal sanding and wood filling, but was easier to work with than utilizing some type of plywood or layers of laminate. I started with a solid pine frame for the front and plywood back. Then just applied the sides 1 strip at a time with glue and brad nails on front and back. All of the shelves are removeable. Tallest shelf is 6.75’, medium 4.5’, and small is 2.75’ tall.
Thanks for looking!
-- Patrick "Pacman" Cobb, North Carolina