Height: 59 inches (147.5 cm)
Width: 20 inches (50 cm)
Depth: 14 inches (35 cm)
Wood and Supplies needed:
We used pine, fir plywood, and pine cove molding, but you can use a wood of your choice. A full materials and supplies list is included with the plan.
Table saw, clamps, drill, router, planer, miter saw, and common hand tools.
This is the #31 series of FULL SIZE plans. This is a paper plan set printed on large sheets of paper that will be mailed to you. This is a project plan has all of the instructions and full size drawings for those complicated projects that have curved parts to the design. Sorry, there is no PDF version of this plan available. The purchase of these plans does not transfer any copyrights or other ownership interests in the plans, the design, or the finished project to the buyer. The buyer may neither reproduce the plans for sale nor offer for sale more than 25 copies of the finished project.
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