Make a Window Seat With an Integrated Pet Bed

Turn unused space into a window seat with a cozy pet bed tucked in below.

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Glue Panels

After all panels have been framed, add glue along the edges (Image 1) and assemble together as a box (Image 2).

Nail Panels Together

Use a nail gun to securely fasten panels to one another, creating a box with an open-ended front.

Attach Fascia

For a crisp, finished look, add fascia along the front of the window seat. First, measure and mark the 1x2" pine to size, then cut using a miter saw. Place each cut strip of 1x2" in along the front of the plywood panel (Image 1), then secure using a nail gun (Image 2).

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