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How To Make DIY Closet Built-Ins | Ask This Old House

In this video, This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner turn a new closet into an organized storage station, complete with drawers, cubbies, and a coat rack.

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General contractor Tom Silva takes us along as he helps a homeowner solve an all-too-common issue: coat and shoe storage. Rather than letting these items collect in the entryway, Tom and the homeowner build a set of built-in closet storage shelves, complete with shoe drawers, cubby holes, and a coat rack. Made from plywood, Tom uses box joints and dados to create strong cabinets and shows the homeowner how to scribe the shelf for a perfect fit.

Skill: ⅗
Cost: About $300
Time: A weekend

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Paint-grade plywood []
Drawer hardware []
Brads [] and finish nails []
Screws []
Wood Glue []

Tape measure []
Tracksaw (optional) []
Table saw []
Miter saw []
Jigsaw []
Router []
Drill []
Nail gun []
Dado blade set []
Sander []

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How To Make DIY Closet Built-Ins | Ask This Old House

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