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Consider choosing one of the following popular liquor cabinets: Choose an easily accessible cabinet in your home, or install a cabinet in your living can find small cabinet compartments at Ikea or other box ke sure it is well anchored into a stud in the wall, and not drilled into sheet rock. If so, it will fall with too much weight.
Cut 4" Oak board into 2, 31" ep 2: Glue the solid Oak edge trim to the sides of both 31" pieces of Oak ep 3: Edge glue the two large Oak board pieces for the wine module top together (photos 1 & 2). Then edge glue the solid Oak fronts to the Oak plywood for the cabinet top and bottom.
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Cut two more sheets of 1/2-inch pine with the depth and height, minus an inch, of the side unt four pieces of pine, you just cut in a rectangular ace the side panels between the ends of the upper and lower t another sheet of 1/2-inch pine to your liquor cabinet length and height.
Cut one of the two 6' long 1x6s into two 2' pieces and one 22.5". Cut the other 1×6 into two 34" ese will be the sides and inside shelf of your t the 1/4" plywood down to 24" x 34". This will be the back piece of the y out all of the pieces to make sure your boards are cut correctly before beginning step two.