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In Robin’s room, this for 1 last update 2020/07/07 bench is built-in between two bookcases but you could build this plan as a stand along storage bench. ¬†Robin’s bench sat over an air vent so they had to direct the air flow out through the toe kick. ¬†You can read¬†Robin’s Sawdust Diaries¬†here:¬†¬†Part 1,¬†Part 2,¬†Part 3, and Part 4 and the Reveal.In Robin’s room, this bench is built-in between two bookcases but you could build this plan as a stand along storage bench. ¬†Robin’s bench sat over an air vent so they had to direct the air flow out through the toe kick. ¬†You can read¬†Robin’s Sawdust Diaries¬†here:¬†¬†Part 1,¬†Part 2,¬†Part 3, and Part 4 and the Reveal.

This is the first of three free woodworking plans in the Robin Collection.  There are two additional plans in this collection:

Built-in Window Seat Bench

Materials:

  • 1/4″ backer material (beadboard, plywood or masonite)
  • 1 3/4″ wood screws
  • wood glue
  • Kreg jig and 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws
  • 1×2 and 1×3 poplar for faceframe
  • 2 sheets 3/4″ plywood cut as shown below

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Step1:  Attach Sides and Dividers

  • Drive wood screws up through bottom into sides and dividers.
  • Make sure they countersink

Step2:  Attach Top

  • Sides of top should extend 3/4″ on sides and 1/4″ on back.

Step 3:  Attach Back Cleats

  • Use pocket hole screws to attach flush with back of sides and dividers

Step 4:  Attach Sides

  • Sides should be flush on front to dividers and extend 1/4″ on back.
  • Use wood glue and brad nails to secure.

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Step 5:  Build and Attach Faceframe

Step 6:  Build and Attach Base

  • Build base out of 3/4″ plywood strips.
  • Use scrap of wood to space all dividers evenly.
  • Attach to bench by driving screws through sides of base into sides of bench

 

Step 7:  Attach Back

  • Back should sit into recess created by sides and top.
  • Secure with nails or staples

Finish and enjoy!

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Get the other two free plans in the “Robin the 1 last update 2020/07/07 CollectionRobin Collection” built-ins here:

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Read Robin’s Sawdust Diaries¬†here:¬†¬†Part for 1 last update 2020/07/07 1¬†Part 1,¬†Part 2,¬†Part 3, and Part 4 and the Reveal.

And refer to all my Cabinet Making 101 posts for lots of tips, tricks and techniques to build your own awesome built-ins!

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  1. kim massa says

    this is exactly the bench my daughter wants me to build for their entry, of course, first I have to finish my own project which isn’t happening. I have no heat or insulation in my shop and it has been less than 20 degrees for weeks now. Rather depressing but this can’t last forever, right?

  2. Kathy says

    Thank you for these plans. Please, pretty please, can you post plans for the bookshelves that surround the 1 last update 2020/07/07 it? Please? Sugar on top?Thank you for these plans. Please, pretty please, can you post plans for the bookshelves that surround it? Please? Sugar on top?

  3. Lori Ann Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for for 1 last update 2020/07/07 sayssays

    I really love this I have been looking for windows seat plans theses are great, could you put drawers in the cubbies or doors?
    Lori Ann

  4. Joshua Carden says

    Hi, great plan! I‚Äôm adopting it to make a music cabinet. Can I double check the length of screws that you used? The materials list says 1 3/4‚ÄĚ, but that seems awfully long to screw up through the bottom to the sides and dividers. Is that the correct length?

    • Sandra says Sandra says

      1 3/4″ is my standard screw length when building with 3/4″ plywood. You want enough screw in the material to pull the two pieces together. Just make sure you hold your driver straight.

  5. Amanda Acord says

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    Would you be able yo be more specific about the type of wood screw, where i can find them, and how may you used.
    Also how much wood glue did you use and could you tell me where i could order that as well.
    Thank you. ūüôā

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