A simple tower shelf with legs. Works with the Cube Collection. Fits most standard fabric bins.
Just wanted to take a second and say thank you to all those wonderful people that step up and answer questions on our Facebook Page and in comments, and to those of you who are submitting your photos. Lately, I just haven't had any extra time, so I am greatly appreciative of you. And also, some pretty amazing photos being shared right now, eh?
And also, it's summer in Alaska, so that just means everyone is super busy. Everything must get done. Not so fun things like siding, house painting, firewood cutting . . . ugh! I've been so busy, blueberries are getting picked without me :(
Well, the good news is the furniture collection I've been working on is super simple - as in super simple for me to design and super simple for all of us to build! I love the Cube Collection from Land of Nod, and these pieces are highly inspired by their fantastic designs.
And I know by now that most of you are super smart and fully capable of modifying yesterday's plan to build this, but even for myself, I would draw out a plan because getting all those shelves (and don't forget the trim) lined up perfectly and spaced evenly can be a bit of a trick. That's what computers are good for.
1 - 1x12 @ 12' Long
1 - 1x12 @ 8' Long
6 - 1x2 @ 8' Long
A) 2 - 1x12 @ 66 1/2" (Sides)
B) 6 - 1x12 @ 15 1/2" (Cut from the 8' 1x12s)
C) 4 - 1x2 @ 70" (Legs)
D) 12 - 1x2 @ 14" (Shelf Trim)
Please follow cutting instructions in the PDF.
Please view the PDF in this project plan for full building instruction, cut list, and shopping list.
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