Making Mission Style Bookcase
Mission style bookcase – Mission style furniture also known as craft or craftsman style clean, strong lines and underlines robust construction. The movement began in part as a reaction against the mass production of furniture, so it makes sense that many fans of this style of furniture would be interested in building hand parts. Plans for this library create library of classic silhouette of mission style, something that is short and wide with open slats on the sides.
Mission style bookcase cut the oak in four positions measure 1 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches and 32 inches long. Cut oak shelves measured three inches by 11 3/4 inches by 40 inches long. Cut two more oak slats center is 1 1/2 inches by 1 1/2 inches and 32 inches long. To cut part of this project by sawing his four oak slats measuring 3/4 inches by 3/4 inch by 32 inches long.
Mission style bookcase each of his four innings in the center of the posts in these places mark: 3 inches from the bottom, 12 inches and 12 inches that mark that mark. Make similar marks down the sides of the slats. Drill holes five equidistant through the edges on both short sides of the three shelves. Drill pilot holes through your posts and slats where you made your marks.
Fit an edge of a shelf and screw pilot hole below a post, using the hole in the outermost edge of the platform. Another post connects to another external opening at the edge of the platform itself. Place a strip center in the middle hole in the edge of the platform, using the bar below pilot hole and placing two strips to the remaining holes in the edge of the platform, using holes down on the slats.