Bookcase headboard full adds a seamless feel to a room’s interior and looks more sophisticated than stand-alone bookshelves. Building built-in bookcases is very similar to building other bookshelves and is the type of project that most do-it-yourself enthusiasts will find more fun. Basic woodworking knowledge is necessary to construct a built-in bookshelf, but you don’t have to be a master carpenter to pull off a professional-looking device.
Measure the area where you want to install the bookshelf headboard full. You need the height of the bookshelf and the width. The width should not be more than 40 inches, so the shelves will hold up without slipping under the weight of the books or other items you will be releasing on them. Determine the distance between the shelves; Take 6 inches from the height of the shelves and divide it by the distance you decided between the shelves to get the number of shelves. For example, if your bookshelf is 76 inches high, and you want 7 inches between shelves, divide 70 by 7 to get 10 as the number of shelves you need.
Cut two lengths of one-inch by 12-inch timber to the height of the sides of the big bookcase. Take one inch off the measurement width. Cut two pieces to this length for the bottom and top of the bookshelf, and as many pieces as needed for the shelves as well. Measure the exact thickness of the wood as the actual thickness is often slightly less than the specified thickness. Set the router to cuts half inches deep and a fraction wider than the actual thickness of the timber. Place the two side planks flat on a work surface, side by side.