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Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

March 10, 2010 |
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A bridge over the Madeline Changing Table adds both beauty and additional storage to the Madeline Changing System. Features scalloped trim and a full bottom support. Attaches to the side hutches.

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

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Dimensions

Dimensions: 
Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall
Dimensions: 
Overall Dimensions are shown above. The dimensions of the bridge will fit the width of the lower changing table dimensions and also match the sides of the Scalloped Hutches.

Materials and Tools

Shopping List: 

Shopping List

1 – 1×6 Board, at least 6′ length (about $5.00 Each)
1 – 1×3 (about $1.50 Each)
1 – 1×12, 4′ Length (About $6.00 Each)
2″ Nails or 2″ Screws
1 1/4″ Nails or 1 1/4″ Screws
Wood Glue
Wood Filler
Paint and Finishing Supplies

Tools

Saw
Jigsaw
Pnematic Nailer or Drill with Countersink and drill bits
Measuring Tape
Square

Tools: 
measuring tape
square
pencil
safety glasses

Cut List

Cut List: 

2 – 1×6 @ 12 1/4″ (Sides)
1 – 1×6 @ 38 1/2″ (Back)
1 – 1×3 @ 38 1/2″ (Front Trim)
1 – 1×12 @ 38 1/2″ (Shelf)

Step 1

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

Compositions is shown above. The most inexpensive method is to use painted pine boards. A Pine shelf top in a 1×12 width will be stronger, but a MDF top should be fine. To use MDF, cut your 3/4″ MDF into 11 1/2″ wide strips as shown in this post, to create your own 1x12s.

Step 2

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

Cut out Sides. As shown above, use a round edge to cutout the sides of the bridge. It is recommended to do one sides, and then use the completed side as your pattern for the opposite side. If you are building the scalloped hutches, you may wish to save this pattern to do the hutch sides too. Use a jigsaw and sand the finished cut.

Step 3

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

Cut out Front Trim. Mark the front trim as shown above. Cut out with a jigsaw. Sand the edges smooth.

Step 4

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

Bottom, Back and Front. Attach the back and front pieces as shown here. Use glue and fasteners as shown above.

Step 5

Madeline Bridge for the Nursery Storage Wall

Finishing. Fill any visible holes with wood filler and sand and finish as desired. Attach to a stud in the wall behind the bridge and also to the side hutches with screws. You will need to countersink your screws.

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All these tips are very

All these tips are very useful especially for those who are moving into a new house and must do everything by themselves. I'm also thinking about moving in a new home, I saw some condos for sale in South Florida and I think I will buy one.

posted by milkyway | on Wed, 2012-09-05 08:57

Madeline system

Hi- I absolutely LOVE the plans you put up for the Madeline changing system based off the PBKids system. They are *awesome*! My husband is thinking about using them- but I am trying to check out the upper side shelves plans, but the link to them seems to be broken. It's the third link on the Madeline system page, I believe. I know you posted these nearly two years ago, but if you still have these plans somewhere, would it be possible to try to fix that link, please? We are so excited to start this project! Thanks so much.

posted by Kristi in Alice TX (not verified) | on Sun, 2013-01-06 13:05

Madeline system

Hi- I absolutely LOVE the plans you put up for the Madeline changing system based off the PBKids system. They are *awesome*! My husband is thinking about using them- but I am trying to check out the upper side shelves plans, but the link to them seems to be broken. It's the third link on the Madeline system page, I believe. I know you posted these nearly two years ago, but if you still have these plans somewhere, would it be possible to try to fix that link, please? We are so excited to start this project! Thanks so much.

posted by Kristi in Alice TX (not verified) | on Sun, 2013-01-06 13:09
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Side hutches

Hi Kristi - are these the ones you were looking for? http://theme.ana-white.com/2010/03/plans-scalloped-edge-changing-wall-th...

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posted by Lady Goats | on Sun, 2013-01-06 15:30

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