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DIY 4-door media console DIY

We recently crashed our little sister’s house and built a lot of furniture for her! One of the things she needed was a closet that held her television and components. We built this great console for her! It is not only ideal as a media cabinet, but can also be used in any room in the house. Look how cute it got!

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The body of this console is made of 3/4 ”hardwood plywood. You can have the hardware store set to 16 inches to make it easier for you to come home and make your shorter cuts at home. Attach the 3 vertical panels to the longer horizontal panel using wood glue and 1.25-inch blind hole screws through 3/4 inch blind holes. Make sure your pocket holes point into the two outer panels so that they remain hidden when finished.

Then attach the shelf parts. These are all the same length. Make sure you line them up and attach them square so that you can attach the doors more easily in a later step.
Secure each shelf with wood glue and 1.25-inch blind hole screws
3/4 “pocket holes on each piece. Make sure the pocket holes are facing up. These are the bottom of the cabinet when you get up.

Next, build the face frame for the closet. These are cut white wood or pine boards. Attach each piece with wood glue and 1.25-inch pocket holes through 3/4 inch pocket holes. The pocket holes should all face up. This is the back of the face frame and is hidden after attaching.

Attach the face frame with wood glue and 1.25-inch nail or finish nails through the face frame and into the cabinet body on the console. The pocket holes are used to hide the cabinet on this part.

Then attach the rear hardwood plywood panel. This is a 1/4 inch thick hardwood panel that we had cut to size in the hardware store. Attach it to the back and bottom of the case with wood glue and 1-inch staples or brad nails.

Next, build the doors. You will build 4 identical doors for this closet. The door itself is made of 1/2 ”MDF, but you can also use hardwood plywood. Attach the edges with wood glue and 1.25 inch nail through each trim and into the wood panel as shown. Now you can have fun with your end! You can paint it here or we have added some hardwood boards to ours. This is the part where you can really make the cabinet your own!

Next, attach the top project window. Center it on top of the console and secure it with wood glue and 1.25 inch nail through the project window and on top of the console. If you color this panel, you should do so before appending.

We painted the console of our sister Tricorn Black from Sherwin-Williams and stained the Barnwood planks and the project board with Golden Oak Stain from
Varathane. After painting and dyeing, we fitted the fittings to all the doors. On our website you will find information on where to find the sweeties
Hardware!

You will find a link to the metal trains HERE!

You will find a link to the door hinges HERE!

Here you will find a link to the wooden planks HERE!

DIY 4 door console

Here’s a great four-door media console that works in every room in the house! click HERE print out the plans!
  • 1 1x4x8 Pine or white wood
  • 1 1x4x6 Pine or white wood
  • 1 1x3x6 Pine or white wood
  • 3 1x2x6 Pine or white wood
  • 5 1x2x4 Pine or white wood
  • 2 3/4 “thick Hardwood plywood board 48 “x 96”
  • 1 1/2 “thick mdf 24 “x 48”
  • 1 1/2 “thick mdf 24 “x 24”
  • 1 3/4 “thick laminated project board 18 “x 72”
  • The body of this console is made of 3/4 ”hardwood plywood. You can have the hardware store set to 16 inches to make it easier for you to come home and make your shorter cuts at home. Attach the 3 vertical panels to the longer horizontal panel using wood glue and 1.25-inch blind hole screws through 3/4 inch blind holes. Make sure your pocket holes point into the two outer panels so that they remain hidden when finished.

  • Then attach the shelf parts. These are all the same length. Make sure you line them up and attach them square so that you can attach the doors more easily in a later step.
    Secure each shelf with wood glue and 1.25-inch blind hole screws
    3/4 “pocket holes on each piece. Make sure the pocket holes are facing up. These are the bottom of the cabinet when you get up.

  • Next, build the face frame for the closet. These are cut white wood or pine boards. Attach each piece with wood glue and 1.25-inch pocket holes through 3/4 inch pocket holes. The pocket holes should all face up. This is the back of the face frame and is hidden after attaching.

  • Attach the face frame with wood glue and 1.25-inch nail or finish nails through the face frame and into the cabinet body on the console. The pocket holes are used to hide the cabinet on this part.

  • Then attach the rear hardwood plywood panel. This is a 1/4 inch thick hardwood panel that we had cut to size in the hardware store. Attach it to the back and bottom of the cabinet with wood glue and 1-inch staples or brad nails.

  • Next, build the doors. You will build 4 identical doors for this closet. The door itself is made of 1/2 ”MDF, but you can also use hardwood plywood. Attach the edges with wood glue and 1.25 inch nail through each trim and into the wood panel as shown. Now you can have fun with your end! You can paint it here, or we’ve added some hardwood boards to ours. This is the part where you can really make the cabinet your own!

  • Next, attach the top project window. Center it on top of the console and secure it with wood glue and 1.25 inch nail through the project window and on top of the console. If you color this panel, you should do so before appending.

  • We painted the console of our sister Tricorn Black from Sherwin-Williams and stained the Barnwood planks and the project board with Golden Oak Stain from
    Varathane. After painting and dyeing, we fitted all the doors with the fittings. On our website you will find information on where to find the sweeties
    Hardware!

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