Teak chest tallboy can help an individual be more comfortable with carpentry. It also results in a wooden chest that can be used for practical purposes such as storing children’s clothes or toys. For some, the draw for the bottom also becomes a family heirloom with sentimental value when parents fill and transmit the breast to a daughter who is just starting her adult life.
With teak chest tallboy of your choice, cut pinewood 1 x 8 into eight pieces, four of which have a length of 16 inches and four of which have a length of 30 inches. Cut the 2 by 2 inch wood into four pieces with a length of 13 inches each for corner pieces. Cut the cedar covered into three 28 inch pieces. Cut a 1 by 10 inch pine board into two pieces that are both 31 inches long. Finally, cut a 1 by 2 inch piece of pine wood into two 14-inch pieces.
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Teak chest tallboy places a piece of pine 1 x 8 two piece corner to corner posts align with the opposite edges of the board. Drill 3/8-inch-deep guide holes (two on each side) of the 1 inch wood screws with a countersunk drill bit to allow the screw head to sit beneath the surface of the wood. Drill the screws into the pilot holes. Repeat this process with the other 1 by 8 inch board and the other corner posts.