|Other titles||How to build a four by four|
|LC Classifications||TL230.5.F6 H69 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||95196529|
A standard bookshelf can be tailored to any color scheme or decor. Use one to display books, knickknacks, a media collection or anything else that suits your fancy. Choosing a wood that harmonizes with the other wood in the room means your shelf fits in perfectly. This guide outlines how to build a bookshelf that's six feet tall with five Time: 3 hrs. How to Build a Plywood Bookcase: After several years worth of frustration with the sagging shelves of el-cheapo bookcases crammed full of books, and a limited budget, I decided to take matters into my own hands. This bookcase is made from 3/4" plywood, 2x4's and a bit of trim. It . - Explore Chris Martinez's board "4x4 POST PROJECTS" on Pinterest. See more ideas about 4x4 crafts, holiday crafts, 2x4 crafts pins. Published: July 4, Filed Under: Build, Crafts, Decorate, DIY Tagged: 2x4andMore, 4x4 wood, Crafts, Decorating, DIY, Wood About Clarissa Earl Clarissa is a wife and stepmom embracing life in the Land of Enchantment.
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