Solid Wood Nook Storage Bench Plans

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Add tons of storage to your dining room with this beautiful rustic buffet with hutch. The buffet has a narrow shelf perfect for platters and entertaining dishes and a large storage cabinet. The hutch has lots of room for displaying your favorite pieces. Build them together or just the one you need.

Directions

Follow the steps for 1 last update 2020/08/07 below to complete this project.Follow the steps below to complete this project.

1

Build the buffet legs

On the 1x3 buffet legs, measure up 5 1/2"" in from bottom edge and draw an angled line. On the 1x2 buffet legs, measure up 2 1/2"" in from the bottom edge and draw an angled lined. Cut along the lines to create a taper on the bottom of the legs. Repeat for all leg pieces. Drill pocket holes set for 3/4"" pocket hole screws. Make sure the legs mirror each other so they will fit together properly.

2

Build the buffet sides

Attach the plywood buffet side and buffet side detail pieces between 2 finished leg pieces so they are flush to the top. Secure with wood glue and 1 1/4""last group_1of2""inset_l""step_image""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E28BDC1B0438F78CC5AF4C361FFB9264E24.jpg""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E28BDC1B0438F78CC5AF4C361FFB9264E24.jpg""Build the buffet sides""fa fa-search-plus""group structure step clearfix""first group_1of2""number"" material in both ends of the buffet face frame rails and stile. Attach the rails so the top one is flush with the top of the legs and the bottom one is flush with the top of the taper on the front of the leg. Attach the stile so that it is centered on the bottom rail then attach the last rail on top of it ensuring it is level across the buffet.

4

Add the buffet shelves

Drill pocket holes for 3/4"" pocket hole screws.

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Attach the buffet back

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8

Build the buffet doors

Solid Wood Nook Storage Bench Planshow to Solid Wood Nook Storage Bench Plans for For the buffet doors, I chose to build easy doors with a routed inset center panel. If you do not have a router, I have a post on my blog with 3 ways to build cabinet doors (link in extras). Cut the buffet door rails and stiles and router a 1/4"" groove in one side of the rails. For the stiles, router the 1/4"" groove starting 2 1/4"" in from the other edge.

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Finish the buffet doors

Drill pocket holes in the ends of the door rails. To assemble the doors, attach the rails to one stile with wood glue and 1 1/4""last group_1of2""inset_l""step_image""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E285C5E6AED610A76F525E20AE4A0ABCB8F.jpg""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E285C5E6AED610A76F525E20AE4A0ABCB8F.jpg""Finish the buffet doors""fa fa-search-plus""group structure step clearfix""first group_1of2""number""last group_1of2""inset_l""step_image""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E28EC1D2C8E335F9E0073E84EE43D6EAC94.jpg""/webres/Plans/Images/5E9F92A1EA548E28EC1D2C8E335F9E0073E84EE43D6EAC94.jpg""Add shelves to the buffet""fa fa-search-plus""group structure step clearfix""first group_1of2""number"" material in the top sides of the hutch top shelf and along the front and back. Attach the hutch top shelf if between the hutch sides with wood glue and 1 1/4"" in from the back of the hutch sides.

12

Build the hutch face frame

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16

Attach hutch back

Drill pocket holes in the sides of the hutch back and attach it to the hutch with wood glue and pocket hole screws.

17

Build hutch doors

For the hutch doors, I chose to build doors with a plexiglass insert. Cut the hutch door rails and stiles and router a 1/8"" deep groove in the back side of the rails. For the stiles, router the 1/8"" groove starting 2 1/4"" in from the other edge.

18

Finish the hutch doors

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