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Chairside Bookcase

Chairside Bookcase

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Published by: khunchaiyai on Jun 16, 2008
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CHAIRSIDE BOOKCASE

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How many times have you stretched out on your favorite easy chair, only to realize that the book or magazine you wanted to read is on the other side of the room? With this attractive chairside bookcase, reading material is always within reach. In addition, the top shelf can be used to display knickknacks, small plants, or even a reading lamp. 1. To begin, cut the pieces to size according to the dimensions given. 2. Drill 3/8"-diameter dowel holes 1-1/16" deep in the ends and sides of the end rails (A). Using dowel centers, transfer the centers of the holes to the stiles (B). Be sure to mark the centers accurately to en sure proper assembly. 3. Assemble the end rails, rods (E) and rails with dowels by gluing and clamping in place. Allow the glue sufficient time to dry before con tinuing. 4. Drill pilot holes in the rails and shelves (C) for the bracket screws, and attach the brackets to the stiles. 5. Attach the shelf backs (D) to the stiles with 6d finishing nails. 6. To complete the assembly, at tach the shelves to the brackets with screws. 7. Sand with 150-grit paper, fol lowed by 180-grit. Finish as desired.

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