These DIY sideboard plans include detailed measurements, a SketchUp file, a cut list, and cutting diagrams. This is a great woodworking project for a relative beginner, since you won’t need a ton of tools. A table saw, miter saw, pocket hole jig, and drill are the only tools you’ll need to complete this piece. You could even break down these pieces with a circular saw if you don’t have a table saw or miter saw.
This DIY sideboard project will hone your skills as a woodworker, as you tackle basic cabinet construction, drawer box building, hanging doors, and distressing a stained finish. This farmhouse-style piece will be sure to last many years. The total cost for the materials in this side build are roughly $200.
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