A diy built in bookcase can be quite a lot of work to install if you want to go the route to create a shelves case, turn it on the wall, shimming up the bottom and installing a kickboard. With a little ingenuity, you can achieve a similar look bookshelf with half the work by installing shelves on a clamp system. So just hit them up with casting. This simple do-it-yourself bookshelf works well in smaller wall niches of around 4 meters or younger.
To build diy bookcase plans, find the wall stands on each side of the wall niche where you want to mount the built-in bookcase. Determine the distance you want between each shelf in the bookshelf. Then mark a level line on each side of the wall recess at this distance. Which marks the position of the wall strings on each line. Generally, bookshelves have shelves 10 to 14 inches apart. Tell the number of shelves you want in the bookshelf. Measure the length of the side walls so cut two lengths of one-of-two inch wood load to this length for each shelf in the shelf blocks. Cut out the shelves from 1-inch wood load. They should be the width of the shelf bricks. And so long the distance between the sidewalls of the niche where to install the bookcase.
Paint the tiles and shelves now before installing them, as this is the easiest time to do it. If you want to paint the backing of the niche in the same color. Do it now too and let them dry before continuing (up to 4 hours depending on the paint used). Place each shelf clamp on a level line. And secure with two 3-inch plaster screws through each wall stud point on the line. Repeat to all shelf the bricks are attached to the side walls. Put a shelf between each pair of bricks. The shelves can only rest on the bricks. Or you can fasten them with a pair of screws through each end into the bristle. Cut two lengths of casting to the width of the wall niche and two pieces to the height of the niche.
Miter cut the ends of casting to 45 degrees. So that when the casting is molded into a frame, the fermented ends pair to form corners. Danne molding into a rectangular frame and tack the corners together with finishing nails. If you want to mold the same color as the rest of the built-in, paint it now. Place the frame around the bookcase, which gives an illusion of a traditional built-in. Thanks molding in position around the bookshelves with finishing nails into the bricks. Fix the nail holes with a little paint to complete the cheap diy bookcase.