After building a few bookcases over the years, I have determined that a woodworker could make a decent income just by building bookcases. For people who like to read, there often isn’t enough storage space for books, magazines and other such items.
So, I thought it would be good to publish a free woodworking plan about the construction of a simple, but stylish bookcase I built for my daughter. I would put this project in the beginner category due to the simple joinery and easy to use materials and finish. I did dress it up a bit by using classic architectural elements like simulated panels and nice crown and base moldings.
This plan is eleven pages in length and I explain the construction process using illustrations and a few photos. At the time this bookcase was built, I was just beginning to use a digital camera and I only took a few photos of the process. I also never even considered that someday I would be creating my woodworking plans. It has:
- Seventeen large photos/illustrations
- An exploded view
- A full cut list
- Links to web-based content
You Can Build a Painted Bookcase is offered as a FREE download. The only thing I ask in return is that you consider subscribing to my posts via email (see the subscribe box in the right side bar. If you don’t like the idea of subscribing, feel free to download the plan anyway.
Here is what Tom H. had to say about the painted bookcase plan:
“Thank you so much for providing the detailed plans for the bookcase. I looked for plans everywhere on the web and the style of your bookcase was exactly what I was looking for. Your details were excellent and the pictures were very helpful.”
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A note about my woodworking plans: I go to great lengths to organize them so they will be easy to follow. Prior to building a project, thoroughly read through the plan and make sure you understand all of the process. If you have any questions about the construction process, send me a message by using the form on my About/Contact page.