Planning Diy Bedroom Chest Bench
Bedroom Chest Bench – A bed-end bench is a popular piece of furniture that offers seats and a convenient rehearsal area while dressing. With the construction of the bench as a hinged chest, storage is added out of sight of the list of features. This project is suitable for the beginner to intermediate and carpenters should not take more than one afternoon to complete. The plans are for a bank to go with a 30-inch-high full-size bed. Adjust the dimensions of the wood as appropriate to fit your own bed. Set up two 24-inch beams and two 27-inch beams in a rectangle with the 27-inch beams inside the 24-inch beams.
Stick in place with a thin layer bedroom chest bench of wood glue. Reinforce with two 3-inch wood screws, driven through the face of the 24-inch beam and at the end of the beam 27 inches. Repeat the first step to building a second final section. Place the two end sections with one of the 51-inch beams in each corner, the ends of the 51-inch beams to butt the faces of the lumber in the final sections. Glue in place, and then reinforce with a 3-inch wooden screw in each corner. Set the frame so that the 30-inch-high faces form the sides of the frame. With the 24-inch faces forming the top and bottom.
Reinforce the 54-inch sides of the frame by inserting a 27-inch beam in the center in each. Glue in place and reinforce with a wooden screw per connection, just as you did with 51-inch beams. Put in one 30 inches of the 24-inch wood sheet at one end of the box. So that its edges are storage with the edges of the bedroom chest bench frame. Paste instead. Reinforce the glue with a 1 1/2 inch wood screw in each corner and a 1 1/2 inch wood screw in the center of each edge. Repeat the first step to assemble the other wooden sheet 30 by 24-up to the opposite edge.