Build a Stacked Storage Chest End Table

2017-01-07T20:08:48+00:00August 4th, 2016|Furniture, Storage, Tables, Videos|0 Comments

It’s that time of the month again…when Rachel gets to pick what I build. But instead of doing what she wanted this month, I’m doing what she wanted last month. LOL! Using scrap wood from previous failed projects, I’m going to build a stacked storage chest end table.

Check out this awesome space by Liz Marie… it’s what inspired this project (other than Rach making me do it).

color_trafficDifficulty:
Intermediate
color_clockTime Required:
Weekend
color_moneyCost:
Under $100 *much less if you use all scrap wood like I did!*
blue_toolsTools Required:
Clamps
Kreg Right Angle Clamp
Kreg Jig & Accessories
Miter Saw
Table Saw/Circular Saw
Power Drill & Drill Bits
Wood Glue
Elmers Wood Filler
Power Sander or Sanding Block
Brad nailer
Sanding Paper
Foam Brush/Paint Brush
blue_cartPurchase List:
2 – 1 x 12 x 8′
2 – 1 x 2 x 8′
1 – 1 x 1 x 8′
2 – 24″ x 36″ x 1″ pre-joined pine
*or*
Scrap wood cut to sizes listed under the “material cut list”
1-1/4″ Pocket Screws
Minwax Special Walnut Stain
Minwax Polycrylic Satin Polyurethane
2 – Storage Chest Handles
1 – Hasp
blue_scissorsMaterial Cut List:
Main Box:
2 – 1×12 @ 36″
2 – 1×12 @ 16.5″
Main Box Bottom:
18″ x 36″ (cut from pre-joined 24x36x1 pine *or* joined scrap wood)
Main Box Frame:
4 – 1×2 @ 37.5″ (cut at 45 degrees)
4 – 1×2 @ 19.5″ (cut at 45 degrees)
Lid Interior:
18″ x 36″ (cut from pre-joined 24x36x1 pine *or* joined scrap wood)
Lid Frame:
2 – 1×1 @ 37.5″ (cut at 45 degrees)
2 – 1×1 @ 19.5″ (cut at 45 degrees)


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