End Table with Magazine Rack

Jul 12th

Build a wooden end table with magazine rack for your home can be completed in an afternoon. The project requires adequate supplies, and it can be cheap, if you already have the tools. Magazine rack, which is described in this article, is designed to hang on the wall. After it is built, you can paint or stain the shelves to fit every room. This will be your magazine rack back sysop. Cut four strips of wood that is 2 inches high and 10 inches long. This will strip the front and bottom of the magazine rack.

Small End Table with Magazine Rack
Small End Table with Magazine Rack

Spread wood glue on the edge of one of the 10-inch strips of wood. Press edge glued to the top of the Board so that the edge of the wood strip back to the edges of the bottom of the Board. The belt must stand at right angles to the motherboard again. Strap attached will be at the bottom of the end table with magazine rack. Shoot the nails through the rear part of the backrest back on the edge of the 2-inch tape. Shoot the nails through the back on the edge and through the bottom edge of the bottom side of the lateral part of the piece.

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Take up one of the three 2-inch tape and line with the front of the bottom end table with magazine rack. There should be no gap or overlap at the bottom. Two 2-inch finishing nails, attach the belt with 1 inch above the first line. The last stapled 2-inch finishing nail belt with 1 inch above the second row. When you are finished, the bottom Strip must be lined up the bottom shelf, the upper Strip must be lined up with the top of the side walls, and each strip should be 1 inch apart.