A wooden table is not made up of anything but a set of base boards, four legs and a supporting structure below. Before starting with the creation of your table, you need to prepare all the material you need and, to be sure you have everything you need, it is good to prepare a preliminary draft on paper, where you can mark all the elements that will make up your construction. After that, go to a carpenter’s shop or a do-it-yourself shop, where you will find a wide range of pieces to choose from. Follow all the steps described below carefully and you will get a professional result. For the construction of a do-it-yourself wooden table, you will have to get four pre-cut legs of the height you want, a table for the base and four other pre-cut pieces of 4 cm by 8 cm that will serve for the top of the rails. You will also need flat-head screws, bolts and screwdrivers of a suitable size. For finishing, buy an anti-worms product, sandpaper, putty, a jar of transparent fixing paint and a glaze suitable for wood, transparent or the color tone of which you want your table. To protect the hands, rubber gloves will be useful, as well as a protective sheet to be laid on the ground to avoid dirtying the surfaces with the paint and the powder that they do by working and smoothing the wood.

In a home, every single room is dedicated to a specific use: the same furnishing accessories, constitute a methodology aimed at personalizing the environment. Every space is occupied by an object, which has a pragmatic function as well as an aesthetic: the filling of the space is accompanied by its enhancement, its exact exaltation. The concept of space optimization, takes the form of a walk-in closet, for example: often excessively bulky, or tending to occupy excess space, these furnishing elements are not replaceable, but often constitute an obstacle to the aesthetic sense of together. Building a built-in wardrobe or a walk-in closet is a way to personalize the environment, making it cozy, spacious and very delicate and elegant from an aesthetic point of view.

In most cases, these empty spaces, and therefore exploitable, are found in the corridors, in the hallways, behind doors, in niche spaces, which develop in height or even in depth, where it is possible to recreate a built-in wardrobe. The advantage is both aesthetically and pragmatically: a walk-in closet with sliding doors, or with plasterboard walls, can be recreated in a bedroom: the aesthetic sense will be remarkably high, as the spaces will be divided into new spaces, modeling the geometries, which will acquire a new characterization. The walk-in closet, could be placed behind the bed, open on both sides, or even only one, or even at the foot of it, a sort of space apart, a narrow room, inside which, can be placed hangers, boxes, shoes, and all the clothes and linens imaginable.

First of all wood strips will be used, often for this purpose fir wood is used. The measures of the strips to be purchased will depend on the dimensions we have decided to give to our shelves. Just to give an example, let’s consider creating a shelf of average size, two meters high, eighty centimeters wide and forty deep. A good choice, in this case, could be strips of fir wood, two meters long, ten centimeters wide and about one and a half centimeters thick. Wanting to make a shelf with four horizontal shelves, we will need to purchase two additional strips having a square section of four by four centimeters and one meter and sixty long at least. In addition to the wooden parts, we will need thirty-two self-tapping screws that are each at least five centimeters long and another forty-eight screws, always self-tapping and for wood, four centimeters long.

Once purchased the necessary material, before proceeding with the assembly, we will have to make the cut. A cutting-off machine will facilitate us in the work, but also an alternative saw or a circular saw, will be able to go very well for the purpose. If you want, you can also use a classic manual saw, will only need a little ‘patience and more time. Proceed to the cut making the following pieces: four pieces two meters long, ten centimeters wide and one and a half centimeter thick; twelve battens long eighty centimeters, ten wide and one and a half thick; eight pieces of the square section of four centimeters for four and forty centimeters long. To remove imperfections and obtain a smooth surface, once we have cut the various parts in wood, let’s pass them carefully with a piece of fine sandpaper, in order to smooth the various parts and eliminate the smears on the cut edges.