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This solid wood cabinet is beautiful and incredibly useful for storing a large number of CDs or DVDs. On a smooth lazy suzan bearing, the house can rotate 360 degrees. For simple access, the back of the project is completely open. Pine that is 3/4 inch thick is used to construct the house and stand. The grids for the windows and doors can be made of 1/4-inch plywood. Three wood dowels make up each shelf, which holds either CDs or DVDs. This project will be 57 inches tall, 12.5 inches wide, and 9 inches deep when finished. Full-size images, exploded view diagrams, lumber layouts, and step-by-step directions are all included in this woodworking plan.
Any combination of CDs, DVDs, or video tapes can be stored thanks to the cabinet's back and doors' 5-3/4-inch depth. To make it simple to see all titles, two doors swing open. 32 inches high, 24 inches broad, and 13-1/2 inches deep, approximately.
Either all CDs or a mix of CDs and DVDs can fit inside of this case. The middle shelf's ability to be adjusted to three different places is a design element. The upper and lower compartments will be proportionately sized for CDs on top and DVDs on the bottom with the centre shelf in the highest position as shown in the illustration. Both shelves can hold CDs when the shelf is placed in the middle. This project can be set up as a floor-standing cabinet, a shelf on a wall or table, or both.
We all have different storage needs for CDs, DVDs, or other electronic media. You can quickly reshuffle the glass shelves on this Arts and Crafts piece to hold any of them, with room left over for you...
Finally, a handsome cabinet that brings order to the chaos and clutter of large CD and DVD collections. Just like the old fashioned library drawers, the pulls are labeled to help you find what you want. While it looks like a lot of drawers, the construction method is very simple.
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