Tall Wooden Bookcase – Integrated Billy bookcases are certainly not just a new notion, but I never believed like the directions were shut enough from what I needed. While I loved the 15” range of Ikea’s newer bookcase, I knew I needed them to move all the way to the ceiling.
Build that easy pine bookshelf with a miter saw, biscuits—and a helper. It’s a good way to show your daughter or daughter about woodworking and software use.The stretchers are just available on the 11” depth, so your decision was created for me. Whew! One less thing for me to think for hours.
We decided to place a wall of bookshelves in my company, therefore it would sort of feel just like a library. We already had two white Billy bookshelves from IKEA, so we bought two more for $50 each, and then ten $10 footing racks, so the racks might go up actually high. I wish we will have gone completely as much as the ceiling for the real ‘built-in’look, but the rafters in our loft caused it to be tricky.
Here is a simple project that provides you a chance to move some of your woodworking skills on to another location generation. Any child will like paying your day with you building this bookcase. And by the end of the day, your helper may have hands-on experience with several power methods, plus a stylish bookcase to show off.
The knotty maple bookcase areas are all common dimensional lumber that you will find at any house center. We joined the shelves and legs with biscuits. If that you do not own a biscuit joiner but nonetheless want to create that challenge, you can just nail or screw the components together and load the holes. We used a dining table found to cut the 1-1/2-in. square feet from 2x4s and a router with a 45-degree chamfer bit to bevel the edge of the top. If there isn’t a table found or switch, you can just use stock 2x2s for the legs and leave the edge of the top square.