Decorative Entry Way Bench With Storage
Entry way bench – The entrance to the house or the place where we left the bag, I put irony because it is one of those areas that we pay less attention to our house. When it is precisely what we welcome to our home. Sometimes the input size is quite small or nonexistent, something quite difficult theme. This is not unique to small houses also in some mid-size the receiver is obvious in its construction. With a little imagination you can take advantage of the space.
The minimum requirements for a reception / entrance hall or would be: A hanger to hang your jacket and purse + a tray / shelf to leave the keys and mail collected from the mailbox. Given the size of this area and our specific needs find the best ways to arrange entry. I recognize that I am very fond of putting banks at the entry way bench. And not just because it gives you the possibility to leave the Nordic style shoes, also because you have the option of putting boxes or baskets on them, which are invaluable when organizing home help. In them you can put all you need to have a hand when you leave home.
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The possibility of having a small cabinet or a entry way bench at the entrance gives you great advantages to maintain order. A bank is a practical piece of furniture for the porch, entry home or even the bedroom; a bench with hidden storage, even more. A bench with storage DIY presents a feasible task that requires professional knowledge of carpentry. Also, if you take the measures for storage Bank to the timber yard, you can save a lot of time providing an employee cut the wood to size for you.
Instructions: • Cut timber 3 for 1 in nine pieces 16 inches; six pieces in 60 inches; and a piece of 14 inches. • Cut the plywood 1/2-inch from a base part 60 of 16 inches; front and rear panels 61 by 16 inches; and two panels 18 by 16 inches. Cut the ¾-inch plywood on a piece of cover in 61 of 19 inches. • Mount the tables 16 and 60 inches in three frames. Each chapter should contain three 16-inch planks, evenly spaced vertically; and two 60-inch boards horizontally covering the ends of the boards 16 inches. Nail frames with two nails at each end of the board 16 inches – a total of 12 pins per frame. • Place a box on the work surface, planks 16 inches down. Place the base piece of plywood on top and nail it in place along the boards 60 inches.