Make A Bookshelf From Formaldehyde Free Plywood

Make A Bookshelf From Formaldehyde Free Plywood

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 6, 2011

Although we're usually not fans of plywood due to off-gassing, there are formaldehyde-free versions on the market now that enable wood workers to return to simple projects, like making this large bookshelf. Best of all? It's made from a single sheet to get the job in record time for very little cash!

DIY dive Ana White constructed this bookcase that also doubles as a desks. (And one of our favorite things about Ana's projects is her cut list. She always sends you to the store with a list ready for the employees to do your dirty work.)

Even if you have a saw at home, many apartment dwellers might not and this is a great way to still accomplish some serious DIY without a full arsenal of tools. Check out the full details on this project and get busy making your own — heck, make two and add a tabletop and you have a giant desk!

Get the full bookshelf tutorial over at Ana White

(Image: Ana White)

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