Building Ladder Bookcase

Dec 4th

A roast bookshelf is a modern method of storing books. The ladder bookcase slopes towards the wall for support, starting from the bottom of the bottom and becoming smaller towards the top of the device. A ladder shelf is ideal for rooms that require extra storage because each shelf is a different size and can hold different things.

Ladder Bookcase Wooden

Instructions

Select the Stage Bookshelf mode. Determine the height, width and depth of the bookshelf stage. The depth measurement chosen here will be at the bottom, and the biggest, shelf, as the shelves become smaller towards the top. Determine the decrease in size for the shelves. For example, each shelf can reduce half an inch in size as you move up.

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Draw the pieces needed for the bookcase on the plywood. There should be two side pieces that have the height of the desired device and a width of 3-4 inches. Each shelf will vary in size. Draw the bottom shelf first using the measurements depth and width. Make each shelf a bit smaller in length. Continue until all the shelves have been pulled for the ladder bookcase

Cut each piece with a saw. Sandpaper edges and surfaces smooth to avoid splits and cracks. Place one side bezel against the wall so that the ½ inch side of the plywood is facing the wall. Determine the angle at which the shelf will tilt. 10 degrees is a good starting point and the shelf can be easily changed by adding or subtracting degrees.

Use gradient to measure the degree selected and draw a line over plywood. This line shows where the cut will be done so that the play can stand flat on the ground, but leans against the wall. Cut the bottom piece as required and repeat steps on the other side post using the same angle measurements. Add self-adhesive foam grip to the bottom of each side bezel. This will ensure the pieces do not slip on the floor.

Place a side piece down and measure from the bottom where each shelf will be attached. Keep in mind each shelf is ½-inch thick. Make selections to indicate where a shelf will start and stop. Do this for both sides, so the markings are correct. Find each ½-inch section only on both side edges. Drill two holes in each of these sections, spacing each hole at least one inch apart. Start by connecting the bottom shelf to one of the side pieces by raising it with the marks.

Screw the screws into the holes just drill and fasten them with a screwdriver. Attach the shelf to the other side post as well, using the same method. Attach each shelf to the same method as the first one. When done, turn off the device right side up and see how the bookshelf is forming a ladder. Paint or bet as desired. When dry, add books to the steps bookshelf.