Here is a super easy and solid bookcase. I'm going to distress it and put it in the breakfast room to hold the cookbooks and some display items
It is actually really simple, no plans needed.
Cut an 8' board into 4 equal pieces. This one is a 2x10.
Then grab two 2x4 boards. I mitered 4 boards 36" long and 4 boards 9.25" long.
I used the kreg to screw together the boards to the sides, but those handy little "L" brackets will work beautifully. As far as holding the side pieces, I used the kreg, but since it was a mitered cut, I only used one kreg screw at each corner of the side frame. I then added two 3" screws (countersunk) at the end of each miter to hold in place. As you can see on the top I added a couple of strips to cover the screws and add a bit of depth to the top shelf.
It would probably look even better with some wheels.
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