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How to Build a Linen Storage Cabinet PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 01 July 2010 12:05
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A linen cupboard can be essential to maintaining towels and sheets not only organized but also accessible. A linen cupboard will also allow you to store your clothes in an area other than the bathroom for you to free up space. In building your own practice as described below, you will use cedar because it keeps sheets and protects against moths.
Tools and materials:

* Nails
* Hammer
* Sander
* Hinges
* Buttons
* Saw
Tape measure *
* 1/2-inch wood trim
* Drill
* Few 1/4-inch
* Cedar
* Wood glue

Step 1 - Determine the size of your storage cabinet linen

A linen cupboard is a box top with a door and at least one shelf, but you can have as many shelves as you want. Decide how large you want your linen closet. The measures you need to determine include:

* Height
* Width
* Depth.

With these dimensions, you can determine the size of the door, back, top and bottom will be. The height and width determine the size of the door. The depth and width to determine the steps to the top and bottom. Then, the width and depth, less the total thickness of the wood on the sides, determines the size of the plates.
Step 2 - Cut the pieces and sand

Use the numbers that you generated in step 1 to mark the outline on the wood. After completing the design of the pieces on the wood, you can start cutting.

When you are finished cutting, you can sand the cut edges and use a tack cloth to wipe them. To install the shelves, you will create four risers trim by cutting the same width as the sides minus twice the thickness of the wood. Remember, the shelves are the size of the depth and width of the cabinet linen storage, less twice the thickness of wood for both width and depth.

When you are finished cutting, you will have the following documents:

* Two sides
* One or more shelves
* Top
* Bottom
* Back
* Door
* Four shelf risers

Step 3 - Finish the wood

You can now apply your preferred finish (stain, paint, etc.) for wood. Allow your arrival to dry completely before proceeding to the next step.
Step 4 - Install Office of Linen

Place the back of your work surface and apply a line of wood glue on the edges long, established on the sides flush against them and nail in place. Use your tape measure and divide the linen cupboard into three equal parts, make a mark on the two central positions. Apply wood glue along the entire length of the pad and place it on the center lines of each side. Add a few nails to keep the set on the sides. Place glue on the edges of top and bottom. Placement of furniture in place, then add nails to secure them.
Step 5 - Installing the door and insert the tablets

Install the hinges 2 inches up and down the room door along the edge. Place the button on the other side in the center, 1 inch of edge. Place the door on the front and fasten the hinge to the edge piece. Place the shelves inside the cupboard of clothes by placing them on top of the riser.

 
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