Published at Wednesday, November 28th 2018. by Kaitlin Matthews in End Table.
Built this chunky nightstand with angled legs, it's built from all solid wood, no Plywood - and it has both a small shelf and a small drawer, so it'll make a sturdy and classic bedside table before you start building grab the free printable building plans over on remodeling Ajala calm. That building plan has the full list of materials plus cut dimensions so step one make the side panels. Each side panel is made of five pieces of wood secured together using pocket holes throughout this build you'll, be cutting multiple pieces to the same length for the different parts of the nightstand. So it's definitely worth your time to set up a stop. As you see, Scott has here drilled one pocket hole on each end of each of the pieces then lay out the pieces, as shown before drilling your pocket holes to secure the pieces together, draw a triangle on the pocket hole site to help correctly reorient the boards. Then drill the additional pocket holes realign the pieces and secure the pieces together with glue and pocket hole, screws repeat for the other side.
The panel, now cut and attach the side rails using wood glue and nails make the top bottom and middle panels. Following the same process as the side panels at the dimensions listed in the building plan, now you're going to assemble place, the bottom panel on your work surface apply glue to the sides and clamp flip the piece over check that the bottom is flush with the sides And attach using pocket screws then apply glue to the edges of the top and place it in position. Check that the top is flush with the sides, then clamp and attach with pocket screws, don't install the middle panel. Yet next you'll make the inside shelf panels. Each shelf panel is made from five pieces of wood cut to length then glued and clamped side by side. Now we're going to install the shelf panels dry, fit the shelf panels and trim if needed, apply glue to each shelf panel, clamp in position and let drive. Now we're gonna install the filler pieces, cut two thin pieces of wood.
The width of the top and bottom of the face of the nightstand then glue and nail into place these pieces are going to give you a place to install the trim that gives it the chunky. Look time for the face frame, rip the casing, molding to a width and cut lengths of the molding with 45-degree miter corners to fit the face of the nightstand and form a thick frame. The best way to get an accurate fit here is by making and cutting as you go, attach each piece with glue and pin nails. Now we're gonna sand stain and collie. Yes, you'll do this before you install the middle shelf to make it easier use. Wood filler in any gap, stand the nightstand and middle shelf pieces smooth, then stain and finish with polyurethane step 10 we're gonna cut the legs. The angled legs are made by cutting four pieces to length with parallel ten degree angles at each end, step 11 and 12 cut the long and short legs stretchers.
The long leg stretchers will have a similar parallel. Ten-degree angles delay the short leg. Stretchers will have square ends. Step 13, make the leg assemblies apply glue to the ends of the short stretcher and place on your work. Bench place a leg on each side so that the legs are pointing at you clamp and attach using a pocket. Screws, then repeat, for the other side, attach the long leg stretchers in between that two legs: assemblies using glue and pocket screws. Then Prime and paint the legs, step 14 install the middle shelf place the carcass upside down on your workbench slide. The shelf into position then clamp and attach using pocket screws. If the shelf is a tight, fit apply a little bit of candle wax to each end to help it slide in properly step 15 make the drawer slide supports, glue and clamp five short pieces of wood together. According to the building plan, then rip to size on the tabletop step 16 install the drawer slide, supports, drive 50 supports and trim as needed place. A scrap piece of one by lumber on the bottom of the purpose then apply glue to each support place. On top of the strap and attach using flat nails, step 17 make the drawer box be sure to check the requirements of the drawer slides before building the box and adjust the width of the box.
Accordingly, cut the front back and sides drilling pocket holes at each end of the front and back pieces apply glue to the ends of the front and back pieces, clamp the sides in place and attach using pocket screws, measure and cut cardboard for the drawer bottom and glue and nail it in place, step 18 we're getting there install the drawer slides according to the manufacturer's instructions. Step 19 make the drawer front by cutting a piece of 1/4 inch smaller than the drawer opening use a straightedge and draw a line from corner to corner, to find the center placement for your knob, then drill a hole just larger than the knob screw place. A few pieces of scrap cardboard on the bottom of the drawer opening and on each side to act as spacers place. The drawer front in position and drill a hole through the drawer front into the drawer box. Attach the knob and be sure the drawer front is centered in the opening. Remove the drawer drill, countersink holes and attach the drawer box to the drawer front, using wood screws, then sand stain and a clay poly to the drawer front. Step 20 Attach the legs by centering them to the carcass and clamping in position, drill, countersink holes and the leg stretchers and attach using whip screws slide the drawer in the reinstall. The knob then put your nightstand by the bed and enjoy a good night's rest because you've earned it and there you go. You've got a beautiful chunky, solid wood nightstand.
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