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Since one size rarely fits all, this attractive entertainment center is designed as three separate units. You can build just one section, or all three -- whatever you need for your TV and accessories. We even give you plans for adding optional glass doors.
Looking for a joinery method that's fast, strong, and straightforward? Pocket holes just may be the answer. In this article, we'll guide you through setting up and using a pocket hole jig and give you some clever tips for getting the best results.
Dimensional lumber and pocket hole construction allow you to build this project in a weekend. A ceramic tile that's inset in the top of the table provides a durable surface with a dash of color.
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Clarification: The materials list indicates #6 x 1 1/2" screws. 1 1/4" screws are generally standard for 3/4" material, but for this project, 1 1/2" will work. The longer screws can provide some extra thread/holding power in the cedar used for the table.
A clever design and strong, but lightweight, construction make this folding bench perfect for taking along on trips or outings. Weather-resistant lumber and hardware also make it ideal for the garden.
Built with dimensional lumber and basic joinery, this weekend project is like a room divider for your backyard. Fasten together as many of these lattice screens as you like to create an intimate outdoor setting or to hide an unattractive view.