Mid century modern sideboard – In the mid-20th century, households use dressers for storage in the kitchen to save space. A dresser can serve other purposes as well, as in the living room or bedroom. Anywhere you can use any additional storage or need a decorative piece of furniture to dress the room is a good place for a mid-century dresser. However, a real dresser can be expensive. Instead, you can make your own cabinets purchased in a store home improvement.
Remove the mid century modern sideboard fences of the bottom of the box with a saw. Furniture feet bear lockers instead. Place the cabinets directly against each other. Insert two strips of 1-by-3-inch furring in between each pair of closets – one in the front and one on the back. Cut two strips one inch by three battens to fit along the front outer edges of the outer cabinets. Key instead.
Cut pieces of plywood to fit over the outer sides of the mid century modern sideboard range. Cut half lattice by 1 inch to fit across the front of the three closets and 1 inch. Nail the strip in just below the drawers in the closets place. Cut lattice strips 1/2-by-2-inch to fit over the dividers between cabinets.
Install metal foot plates at the outer corners at the bottom of the cabinets. Insert the five screws in each foot plate along the bottom edge of the box. Measure the height of the drawers and divide in half to determine where to place the cabinet knobs vertically in the drawer.
Cut a piece of wood to fit on top of the cabinets. Cut pieces molding bed 3/4 to accommodate below the top of plywood. Sand whole dresser with sandpaper medium grain to help the paint to adhere. Paint the dresser with paint to match the environment or wood stain that goes well with your other furniture.