- Essex/Suffolk border
This would have been my option.61 hours for a printed version, 2½ hours for a plywood version (not including glue drying time and any finishing like oiling if I do any):
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Very much a "knocked together quickly" and functional construction rather than a "let's make it pretty" construction. I was lazy and cut the grooves for the shelves with the circular saw. They would have been more accurate in size with a router but I couldn't be bothered to get it out and didn't fancy the noise & dust involved. The bottom ridge of the cut-outs are square and at the same level on each side and that's what matters anyway. The uprights in the top two shelves are hardboard as it was the only thing I had that was thin enough (or close to thin enough - it took a few strokes with a Stanley #4 to get them down from 3.2 mm to 3 mm to fit the slot I'd cut). I'd designed it around 3 mm uprights and the drawer widths dictated that I stick to that.
Looks smart sir.