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HOW TO MAKE BOOKSHELVES & BOOKCASES: 20 OUTSTANDING STORAGE PROJECTS FROM THE EX

HOW TO MAKE BOOKSHELVES & BOOKCASES: 20 OUTSTANDING STORAGE PROJECTS FROM THE EX
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Providing plans and instructions for building great-looking projects, this guide will help woodworkers craft sturdy and stylish bookshelves. The arts and crafts sliding bookrack, the floating shelf, the dovetail bookcase, and the craftsman-style bookcase and mantel are just a few of the 20 designs presented in sufficient detail to ensure that beginners will succeed in their construction. With workshop tips and a section devoted to solutions for common mistakes, this is an ideal resource for woodworkers looking for new projects.

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