Skip to main content

Built in bookcase

This is the before area 


This is the after- built in 
bookcase and window seat.


The white wall frame is a 60 inch
 by 42 inches piece of plywood. 
 We painted it and then added a frame
 around it and a smaller frame 
on the inside with picture molding.
  It cost under $40.  

To build the book shelves we 
used 2 inch thick wood.  
We bought 12 inches wide , 2 inches 
thick and 14 inches long.

We needed to raise it up a little so we added a 6 inch piece of wood to the bottom.
The then side window seats are 
21 inches top to bottom and 
12 inches by 12 inches inside space.





We added a top level so the bookcase
would go up to the picture frame.




Then we added a 2 inch mdf 
molding to the bottom and 
the picture frame molding to add 
a bit of trim and to go 
over the seams where the wood meets.






Total cost was $90 for wood
 and $35 for trim.

http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Funky_Junks_Party_Junk_link_party.29-AM.png


Comments

  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Master Bedroom Make Over

This is our bedroom (before). We changed out the chandelier when we moved in but we love the painted ceiling and the wall color. But now we want some wall molding done in this area.



We picked a pattern to try using 4ft long by 1.5 inch wide wood. It is in the molding area at Home Depot. We cut the wood into 7, 10, and 13 inch pieces.
Here is the design we wanted. So we could make adjustment we stared in the center of the wall and us one headless nail to nail in each piece of wood. It was easy to pull off and try again if we were off measuring wise.


In this picture you can see how it is a square box of 10wide 13 tall with 7 inch pieces on all sides.
Then we added just a flat 3.5 wide 4 ft long pieces of wood also in the molding department. After everything is in place then take a nail gun and nail all the wood to the wall.
Then really months later we got around to painting it. One coat of primer and 3 coats of white paint. Then we realized that w…

The Love of French Provincial

How I love french provincial furniture painted and restored.

This dresser is the one who started my love affair with this furniture style.

http://ashopaholicmom.blogspot.com/2009/07/entryway.html

http://btweenblueandyellow.blogspot.com/2010/09/elegant-side-table.html

http://primitiveandproper.blogspot.com/

http://alifeofblue.blogspot.com/2010/09/gray-and-white-stripes.html


http://cgi.ebay.com/FRENCH-PROVINCIAL-ITALIAN-COTTAGE-DRESSER-FAUX-PAINTED-/390248600019


http://www.antiqueeffects.com.au/galleryDisplay.asp?galleryNumber=6

http://www.housebeautiful.com/decorating/power-of-color?click=main_sr

http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/boston/inspiration/style-it-dressers-beyond-the-bedroom-122248

http://arhzine.com/decorate/category/interior-design/page/5/

http://windhula.blogspot.com/2009/10/finally-my-bedroom-reveal.html

http://mapleandmagnolia.com/category/chests-dressers/


This is my tv stand

http://thefrenchprovincialfurniture.com/painting-colorful-french-provincial-furniture

http://kfddesigns.blo…

Home tour

Yay for Poppies at play

Check out all the lovely homes on the Parade of Homes tour. This became our home as of May 2010



We made a lot of changes in the
                  Three years we have lived here.







                               our message on the front door


These wood art wood is from the Book East of Eden.   It is the hebrew word Tinshel.