Building Contemporary Dressers

Mar 30th

Contemporary dressers – If you need more room for your clothes, you might think your choices include using another family member’s closet or buying an expensive agency. You have another option: to build an agency yourself. Building a modern agency, also called an agency, does not require years of carpentry experience or looking at a home improvement channel.

Mid Century Modern Dresser
Mid Century Modern Dresser

Instructions

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Front

Measure side posts then make cuts. Use circular saws to saw the upper shelf 2 1/2 inches long. Create three between planks 11 1/2 inches long, 20 1/2 inches long and 29 1/2 inches long. Cut a plank for the bottom that measures 40 inches. Repeat the process until you have planks for the contemporary dressers other side. Cut grooves in the bottom, middle and top planks measuring 3/8 inches deep and 1 inch wide. Insert glue and screws to connect the pieces. For example, start with your back and connect the sides to the middle, upper and lower parts.

Sides

Use a router to make a groove approximately 1/2 inch wide and 1/2 inches deep along the inside of the top, side and bottom planks. Only make grooves on the inside of the boards because that’s where the plywood board rests. Create an overlay search on the same page as the tracks. Make overlapping the entire length of the shelf starting from 2 2/1 inches from the end inwards and 3/8 inches deep. Cut another overlap joint on the opposite side of the bottom and the tops. The joint must have the same dimensions as the previous overlap joint. Work from the inside of the upper and lower parts and glue then screw them together. Connect the plywood board in the grove running along the inside of the frame with glue.

Back

Attach the bottom, middle and tops to the front of the suits with glue then lay the screws. The contemporary dressers front consists of the side facing forward. Look at the rear part to make sure the area is square. Use glue and screws to connect the center and upper planks. The planks shall be level with side planks. Side planks mean the area that is farther behind than the suits of the suits. Attach the bottom, middle and tops to the front of the suits with glue and then add screws. The dresser’s front consists of the side facing forward. Look at the rear part to make sure the area is square. Use glue and screws to connect the center and upper planks.

Tops and drawers

Fit the chest by connecting the two side panels on the back and front of the contemporary dressers frames. Repeat the process until all planks are attached. Glue a plywood board to the top to strengthen the chest then place the upper unit on the chest of drawers. The device must be over in the front by about 1 1/2 inches and 1/2 inch in the back. Squeeze the chest and allow drying. Connect a 16-inch box runner to each side of the box. Cut wood pieces for the drawers. You need front and back. Create a 1/4 inch course that runs along each piece. Assemble the pieces until you have four drawers without a lid. Use a router to form the decorative edges on the front of the four drawers. Glue and screw the panes into the kitchen cabinet to over 1 1/4 inches above and 1/2 inches below. Sand whole suits.