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Equipment- a wooden board about 100 cm long, 50 cm wide and 2 cm thick - a wooden board 37 cm long, 19.5 cm wide and 3 cm thick - a saw - a screwdriver - dowels to fix it to the wall - wood screws - wood glue - a tape measure - a pencil Budget: around 30 € Duration: 3 hours
Steps1. Start by cutting the pieces of wood to the following dimensions in the 2 cm thick board: - 4 pieces of 4.5 x 21.5 cm; - 3 pieces of 7 x 21.5 cm; - 3 pieces of 2 x 21.5 cm; - 1 piece of 9 x 41 cm. The piece of 9 x 41 cm corresponds to the back of the furniture which will be glued to the wall. In order for it to fit well on the others, a special cut should be made. Place it on a work surface, placing the sides 41 cm horizontally. Draw and saw a rectangle 2 cm wide and 2.5 cm high in the two lower corners (there are only two sides to saw for each rectangle).
2. Position the piece of 37 x 19.5 cm on the wrong side and place the three pieces of 2 x 21.5 cm by aligning them on one side and leaving the remaining 2 cm on the same side. You thus form 4 rectangles of the same size. Then place two pieces of 4.5 x 21.5 cm on both sides on the edge of the wood. As for the previous three pieces, allow the remaining 2cm to exceed the same side. Screw all the pieces.
3. Then take the two remaining 4.5 x 21.5 cm pieces and screw them under the two pieces of the same size at the ends. The three pieces of 7 x 21.5 cm are placed in the middle. Screw all the pieces.
4. Once all the base has been assembled, all that remains is to add the piece from which we had cut two small rectangles. It must fit perfectly and position itself on the protruding pieces. Screw from the wrong side into the 3 cm thick piece.
FinallyNow that you have a glass holder worthy of a real bistro, it's time to start considering table football! Otherwise, you can also take inspiration from these 20 bistro-style kitchens!
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