I've needed to build a set of angled bedside tables for my converted attic bedroom for a while. This week I built them and am thrilled with the results.
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These bedside tables need to be built at very specific angles in order to fit into my attic space. I started by making a template to ensure a good fit, and make sure I liked the shape in the space. I followed that up by constructing the CoverPly side and top, and then filled in the rest of the cabinet structure with baltic birch plywood. Once glued up, I built the drawer boxes, and cabinet faces. I used scrap CoverPly to make handles which match the bevel on the inside panel.
If you would like to watch the bed build: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urrNdSHs3II&t=449s
If you would like to see the record cabinet I built out of coverply: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzgLD47jimA&t=10s
If you have any questions about this project, feel free to ask in the comments bellow.
Thanks for watching!