Shelving unit made of pine beams, by Taco

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What have you made?

An oversized type case, in which we can hang a painting and small objects and lamps. The cupboard integrates into the whole by using the same color as the wall.

How did you make the cupboard?

I made a grid from custom-sawn pine beams of 95x44 mm . Measured a lot and tried several positions of the intermediate beams on the ground. The painting had to fit nicely, so it was also placed on the floor.

The beams were then secured on one side with an 8.0 cm long screw (tested). To get them as straight as possible, first screw them on one side. Then measured again on the other side and pre-drilled holes. The beams are secured with 1 long screw. Because you use 5 strips, they already clamp sufficiently.

The beams are painted on 4 sides with primer (2 x with primer to maintain a matte finish) the same color as the wall (the paint has been selected and have it mixed at Nijhof in Baarn).

The entire grid is attached to the wall with 12 corner profiles with 6.0 cm long screws. Special plugs were placed in the wall for extra strength.

The metal profiles were still painted to make them less noticeable.

And then we could put the things in and hang them. .

What are the dimensions?

The dimensions are 390.0 cm x 210.0 cm and the cabinet is 9.4 cm deep.

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