DIY Corner Nursery Bookshelf
A client is setting up his nursery and wanted a very specific library.
He needed to go to the corner, but he wanted the side compartments to be square so he didn't need bookends.
This creates an area in the front that can display a book or something like a stuffed animal.
I started by cutting a 3/4 ″ sheet of plywood for cabinets.
I used a temporary fence to cut both sides, as well as the four pieces that will make up the top, bottom, and two shelves.
I grabbed the sides and started making dice and rabbets.
I decided to use these instead of pocket holes because
1) the compartments would be small and difficult to work with for pocket holes and
2) I will stain the unit and I don't like pocket hole plugs.
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Source: April Wilkerson
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