Add storage and style to traditionally smaller children's rooms by creating a storage bedroom wall. this hutch is designed to work over the store headboard and small hutch. Keep books, toys, games, and other items displayed and put away with this plan.
Special thanks to Amy and Steve for sharing their photos.
So I made a small list of hopefully obtainable daily goals.
1) Do 1 load of laundry, and put it away
2) Go for a short walk or jog
3) Fix my hair
4) At least put mascara on
5) Don't be wearing sweats (including cute ones) at 5PM
6) Check the mail
7) Post to my blog
8) Be ahead instead of behind on emails
9) Build, even if it's just for 15 minutes
10) Do something fun with Grace
Sounds simple enough, eh?
LOL! This is actually quite a challenge for me. Between keeping up with the blog, helping my mom out at her restaurant, and babysitting my sister's children full time, and being a mom to Grace, and being an avid DIYer for anything from canning food to sewing . . . well, we can say, at least Ana has big dreams. :)
And while I'mon this never ending quest to simplify life, I am also attempting to finish plan collections when I start them. So I apologize if you don't have a teen or the need for tons of storage in a child's room.
After today's plan, the only one left in the collection is the side towers. But those will be coming soon, so stay tuned.
2 1x12 Boards, 10’ Long
1 1x3, 8’ Long
3 1x2, 8’ Long
1 Sheet of 4’x8’ Hardwood Plywood or MDF 1/4” Thick
1 1/4” Finish Nails
2” Finish Nails
1 Small Tube Wood Glue
2 Sheets of 120 Grit Sandpaper
Finishing Supplies including wood filler
3 1x12 39” Shelves
2 1x12 28” Sides
1 1x12 12” Bottom Cubby Divider
1 1x12 13 3/4” Top Cubby Divider
1 1/4” Plywood 28” x 40 1/2” Back
1 1x3 40 1/2” Header
2 1x2 25 1/2” Side Trim
4 1x2 12 ¼” Side Crown
1 1x2 42” Bottom Front Crown
1 1x2 43 ½” Top Front Crown