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Using Ana's garden bench design, I modified the plans slightly to make the bench less deep in order to fit on my narrow porch.
I liked this dresser. I modified the plan to suit my needs and added some features to bring it up to my tastes. I dovetailed the drawers and used Blum soft close 18" under mount slides. The drawers were costly and time consuming but I am very happy with the form and function. I added some height and depth.
I also used some different construction methods. I built the legs first then three individual face frames that were attached individually, instead of adding one piece at a time.
This was a great project, I wish I haven't painted it but using brown maple is really best suited for paint.
I modified the pottery barn inspired dresser to move the drawers to the bottom and the open shelf to the top so I could use this as a TV and game system console. I used all construction grade SPF, not a usual habit of mine but it turned out well. Wanted something that looked a bit rough around the edges. Stained it with Varathane stain, using Early American and Kona. The pic doesn't really do the drawers justice, the stain is a gradient with the Kona fading into the early american. The gradient really doesn't show up in the pic.
The piece compliments the Haley bed I built from Ana's plans and stained in a similar fashion
very quick to make
Had some old sidelights that a lady gave me when I bought an old door. They sat around until I figured out that the halltree is what I wanted to do!
The closet had a divider when I moved in. I removed that. It opened up the room nicely. I modified the master bedroom closet plans just a bit to fit my needs and space. The closet divider had to first be removed which opened up the room nicely.
It is roughly 94 inches wide, 18 deep, and approximately 84 inches tall.
I used Soft-Close drawer slides. I also installed motion lights under the top to both add a touch of something special and simply because it was kind of dark with the floor being black wood and the closet system stained black. I sanded it to 400 grit smooth by hand. It soaked up over 4 coats of minwax polyshades ( black) applied with a brush and then rubbed smooth with a soft cloth.
This was my husband and mine's first DIY project! We started off using a miter box, and quickly caved and bought a miter saw. We also had trouble getting the X's to fit correctly, so we redid them and made it in a different order than Ana--we lined them up on the boards they would be attaching to and drilled in there. So we didn't make X's and then attach, but rather did it all at once. This made sure everything fit together!
Also, we didn't stain the top pieces of wood before we assembled, and it was hard to get in-between the boards, definitely recommend at least one coat of stain before attaching the top!
Had a great time making this bench, and love it!! Everyone that sees it is so impressed!! We made this one for outdoors, but we are thinking of making another in nicer wood for our indoor dining room table....
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