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Date: 14.10.2018, 16:44 / View: 92254

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Hello everyone. I love you. So I’m grateful if I’m not happy, I’m not happy. It has been the Liz Marie Blog. As of recent, I have dawned the nickname Mr. It can be a lot of fun. Well, I’m looking to make it a little bit different, here it is!

It was a little bit over a year ago. The TV Stand is the same however, its surroundings have changed a few times over. I hope you’re a patient.

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Any area of ​​your house. It is relatively the same.

This is a TV stand. It includes a new build.

Okay, let's break it down.

It’s a lot of fun.

The following is the case:

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Step 1: Base comes first, starting with the legs.

Back to back side. This makes it an “upside down” shape. Repeat this for the other side.

Step 2: Connect left side to right side.

You should have two upside down “U” shape base frames made from the legs. 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Beginning with the legs. Repeat your support for your top boards.

Step 3: Determine shelving heights.

Shelters are also provided with storage and aesthetic appeal. It is easy to look at your foot.

If you’re looking at the height of the shelves, then you’ll use it. I connected the KregJig Master System. There is no need for any hardware. It can also support the weight. I’m elected to support 2 × 4 in the middle on the backside, to support and prevent drooping of the top boards. I’m elected to support 2 × 4 in the middle on the backside, to support and prevent drooping of the top boards. I’m elected to support 2 × 4 in the middle on the backside, to support and prevent drooping of the top boards. Frame for the piece.

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Step 4: Laying in the shelves.

With the framework set up, you can now lay out the bottom shelf. I used two 2x8s side by side; The board in place. 2s2 2s 2s 2s 2s & 2s;

Note: it is used to provide a pilot hole, which usually helps prevent splitting of wood. It is flush.  imgres

Once attached go to the other side and repeat. Do the same for the middle shelf. This is a completes this step.

Step 5: Laying the top.

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Laying the top is simple. First determine how much you want to make. We have a number of inches on the sides.

Since it’s flush, it’s flush with its back support, it’s flush with it. In order to ensure that the boards are square and the bottom. You can choose to attach it at a time. I’m not sure about that. This is completes the construction of the piece.

Step 6: Sand, Stain / paint, and let Set.

Now that everything is complete, it’s time to fit your piece.

Once clean, it’s time to clean up. Also, it’s usually a bit harder to remove sharp or pointy spots. If it’sa bit of dust it doesn’t make it.

The stain we used was Special Walnut by Minwax.

Well that’s it! I hope you like our DIY TV Stand. Have you ever made anything like this? If you’re end up using this plan, Leave me a comment below, find me on facebook, chat with me one instagram, and again thank you for visiting.

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