Building a shop for many owners of newer houses want to incorporate a feature sometimes found in older houses, window seats. The easiest way to achieve this look involves buying kitchen cabinets. Measure the dimensions of the area where you plan to install window space. Then go to a kitchen cabinet delivery store or home improvement center and choose cabinet to suit the measurement of seating area.
Remove Baseboards and other shapes from the wall. Construct wood frame bass 2-inch with 4-inch slices or 2-inch of 6-inch timber to a higher. Make the dimensions of the frame the same as for the seating area. Building workshop frame; subtract 2 to 3 inches, creating a recess on the underside of the front of the seat. Add a center support to strengthen the frame. Use a control detector to locate studs. Mark the rules “Place to use as a guide when placing the brackets. Place the finished frame in the seating area. Screws for a long time to penetrate the frame and wall materials and in the rules.
Remove door panels and shelves from the cabinets. Use woodworking clips to secure the cupboards together to ensure flush tops and sides. Drill holes for screws in the cabinets “side frames. Use a drill bit with a diameter smaller than the screw. Place the cupboards between the side walls. Mark the location of the base inside the cabinets. Drill holes in the base of the cabinets and into the center of the base. Secure the cabinet to the base with wooden screws. Get dimensions any gap between the wall and the cabinet. Measure the distance from the top of the cupboards to the top of the Baseboard casting on the wall. Transfer the dimensions of the filling body or matching trim.
Use the saber to sow the filler body to the right size. Cut a slice in the filler piece at the bottom to accommodate the cabinet casting. Insert the filler into the compartment, even with the top and bottom of the cupboards. Secure the filler to the cabinet side with screws. Measure the space for kick under the cabinet and cut. Drill holes for finishing nails. Hammer the closing nails about ¼ inch from the surface. Use a nail set to complete the driver nail slightly below the surface of the wood. Measure the length of the cabinets along the front. Cut a piece of matching shelves the same length. Make the width of shelves the same as the cupboard or with a slight protrusion over the front. Cut a piece of trim like length.