Fast Fixes: Bathroom

Build a Storage Ladder

Create stylish, freestanding storage for your bathroom with this simple project.

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Attach Front and Back Trim

Drill pilot holes on front and back trim along bottom edge and ends. Use 2-1/2" trim screws and wood glue to attach front and back trim to shelf and side trim. Set shelves aside.

Cut Front Legs

Mark end of front leg with protractor at 15 degrees off square. Cut end of leg along mark with saw. Measure 55-3/8" to opposite end of leg. Mark top of leg with protractor making line parallel to bottom of leg. Cut.

Cut Top of Front Leg

Measure one inch from top front of leg and mark. Using the square, draw a line perpendicular to the top of leg. Cut as shown in diagram.

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