The idea with this project is to use mostly pocket hole joints. The back of the frame is Purebond Plywood that is 1/4″ thick. So that’s fairly thin. With thin Plywood use staples rather than brad nails. Because the nails tend to go right through that thin material, but the staples hold it in place. The wood for the project cost $100 the trim used for the fake drawers cost an additional $100, so a $200 project in all. The parts that tilts out forward is held in place with 2 hinges.
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