I’m going to get straight to the point here because every time I read a recipe on someone’s website they go on and on about how great the recipe is. I have to scroll through pages and pages of writing to get to the actual recipe and that is so annoying. I don’t know what that is about.
Let me tell you about these nightstands: perfect height (but easy to adjust if it isn’t right for you), wood slides (saves you some dough), lots of storage (especially the unique open area for charging, storing laptop, etc.), looks like a million bucks (very similar design to higher end ones), but cheap to build. I rate the plans as Beginner to Intermediate. I also have an Intermediate to Advanced plan coming. Email if you would rather have that one and I’ll get it done faster. These nightstands cost me $36 to build (total for both)- but I had a lot of scrap wood that I utilized. Your cost may be more or less depending on how much scrap you can use up.
If you like the plans and want more, subscribe to get updates when I post. It’s about once a month so you won’t get any spam from me. And if you notice, I don’t use adds. I’m an interior designer and a registered nurse. I don’t use this blog as a source of income. Anything you get is straight from my heart. Here’s some other plans I have you may want to check out:
Ikea Tarva Hack
The Old Oak Console Table Plans
DIY Wall of Billy Bookcases
DIY Easy, Authentic Wood Beams