Build Mid Century Modern Sideboard

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Mid century modern sideboard – If you need more space for your clothes, you may think that your options include the use of another member family closet space so buy an expensive dresser. You have another option: to build a dresser yourself. The construction of a contemporary dresser, also called a chest of drawers, does not require years of experience in carpentry or watching a channel of home improvement.

Mid Century Modern Teak Sideboard
Mid Century Modern Teak Sideboard

Mid century modern sideboard measure the side piece then make cuts. Use circular saw to cut the upper beam 2 1/2 inches long saw. Create three half boards 11 1/2 inches long, 20 1/2 inches long and 29 1/2 inches long. Cut a plank bottom piece measuring 40 inches. Repeat the process until you have boards for the second side.

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Mid century modern sideboard cut trees at the bottom, middle and upper planks measuring 3.8 inches deep and 1 inch wide. Insert glue and screws to connect the pieces together. For example, start with the back and connect the sides towards the center, top and bottom. Use a router to make a groove about 1/2-inch wide and 1/2 inch deep along the inside of the top, side and bottom side boards. Just make grooves inside tables because that is on the plywood sheet rests.