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- (2) 1″ x 6″ boards (96″)
- (2) 1″ x 2″ boards (96″)
- Nail Filler
- 2″ 16 Gauge Nails
- Wood Glue
- Miter Saw
- Nail Gun
- Tape Measure
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Step 1. Prep Boards
1″ x 6″ Board
- (2) 25 1/2″
- (3) 24
1″ x 2″ Board
- (5) 25 1/2″
- (1) 24″
Step 2. Frame
Join both 25 1/2″ and 24″ 1×6″ boards using wood glue and 2 inch, 16 gauge finishing nails. This will form a 25 1/2″ square. Insert remaining 24″ 1×6″ board so that the bottom of the board is 12″ from the top of the unit. Then secure using glue and 2″ 16 gauge finishing nails.
Step 3. Front Rails
Attach the 25 1/2″ 1×2″ board(s) to the face of the unit using wood glue and 2 inch 16 gauge finishing nails.
Step 4. Back Support
Attach the remaining 24″ 1×2″board using wood glue and 2 inch 16 gauge finishing nails. This is an ideal place to attach the unit to the wall, or you can attach hanging hardware to the back.
Step 5. Finish
Fill all nail holes with wood filler. Sand smooth, then apply desire stain and/or paint.
That is all there is to it! You can use it stand alone, or you can combine it with others !
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