Build it yourself with help from this paper plan!
Every home can use another shelf unit especially when you build it. Fill it with prized collectibles, photos and artwork, display pieces, or even books. This sturdy, yet highly stylish, design from the Meier brothers, Christian and Robert of Santa Cruz, California, fits nearly anywhere.
As an added bonus, you'll learn the ins and outs of the loose tenon, a joinery method that involves making mortises in two mating parts, then joining them with a third piece, the loose tenon. The name refers to the fact that the tenon is made from a separate piece of wood instead of being shaped as an integral part of a leg or rail. As you'll discover, loose tenons make rock-solid joints.
Measures approximately 34in. tall, 30in. wide and 10in. deep. This plan was proven in the WOOD magazine shop by its editors and master craftsmen.
MATERIALS NOT INCLUDED; PAPER PLAN ONLY.