Making an attic cupboard with plywood planks, by Reinier

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An open cupboard under the sloping roof, in the attic room that we made for my daughter (after expanding the family, we had to create some extra space in the house...). Material Betonplex Birch Black + 18x18 mm slats.

How did you make the cabinet? /h3>

In the attic room that we made for my daughter, I made a cupboard under the sloping roof and in a niche that was created when finishing two ventilation pipes. I ordered the planks and slats from and they were delivered neatly and undamaged. I just had to cut out a corner of the square planks (jigsaw) and attach the slats to the walls. I sawed the slats at a 45 degree angle at the front, which I thought looked better. I attached the planks to the sloping side with a black console. Betonplex Birch Black was used. I think this is a very nice material for making cupboard shelves. The top layer is nice and black and strong and on the front you can see the lines of the layers glued together. As a finish, I had them beveled by 3 mm on both sides, which gives a very nice effect. Completely happy with the material supplied and the result of the job!

What are the external dimensions?

Maximum width (bottom) of the cabinet is approximately 175.0 cm and the maximum height (at the tip) is also approximately 175.0 cm.

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