Navy storage bench is an ideal way to provide the extra seat or a standing rest while being able to hide small objects out of sight. Build a small bank to store discs and video game devices or hideaway blankets. Create a storage bank by building a box with a padded lid. Alter the basic plans to beautify the appearance of the unit with additional pieces of wood. Pine is a profitable timber, but since it is a relatively small unit, the choice of a higher quality wood can keep this unit affordable. In addition to the wood and screws, you will need to have a saw, a drill with a countersunk drill bit and a piano hinge.
Form the bottom of the unit with three pieces of wood 1 inch thick. The lower dimensions establish the dimensions of the entire chest. Cut the tables for the sides of the navy storage bench to match the width of the three background tables. Make the messages of cut of pines of 2 inches by 2 inches to produce four pieces. Choose your own height; 13 pieces of 1/2 inches in length will produce a comfortable living room height. Join the sides of the corner posts. Take into account the space of the bottom.
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Navy storage bench, place two rectangular pine boards on top of two of the corner posts to create the side. Drill holes for screws with a countersink drill. A little countersunk creates a hole that allows the screws to sit below the surface and leaves room for a wooden plug to hide the screw. Build the other side. Slide the box over the three bottom boards. Screw the bottom boards to the sides. Attach the piano hinge to one of the long sides of the box. Take two 1-inch boards and place them side by side to create the lid. Place two 1-inch by 2-inch posts across the two large boards and insert them into place to hold the two large pieces together.