Wood Tv Stands – Build this custom 8-foot tall open-faced cabinet to keep your television set and accessories. You will use wood for the outside of the closet, but the plywood inside the shelves and the back. Although it is a simple construction, the cabinet has been improved with wooden details on the edges. A large television will be taken into account, with space for extra DVD storage. have a wood shop cut all pieces of plywood, alder and fit to size.
It has the miter store the decorative trim wood to measure the two sides of 8 feet and 6 feet up and down. You can also do it yourself if you own a skill saw and a miter saw. Sand all the natural wood tv stand first with medium fine grit sandpaper to remove splinters and rough spots. Stain the alder, the wood moldings and plywood on all sides using disposable brushes. Use at least two layers of dye and dry for at least one hour between layers.
Finish with two layers of acrylic finish especially outside and special pieces. Dry well between layer and layer. Construct the casing of the box by drilling pilot holes in the two 8-foot sections along the lower and upper edges of 12 inches apart. Always loosen some wood glue in the screw holes using wood screws to improve the bond. Join the sides of the 6-foot solid cherry tv stand upper and lower alder sections.