Armoire Media Center
Organization meets attractiveness in this handsome piece that has as much storage space inside it as a small closet.
It can be built with a shelf large enough to hold two or three video components and drawers that provide the perfect place for your CD and DVDs, or add a hanging rail in the top section and use it as an armoire. One of this armoire's best features is it can be knocked down into smaller parts making it easy to move anywhere you please. Plan includes exploded view of armoire/media center, cutting and material list, step-by-step instructions, and full-color photographs. From The Biscuit Joiner Project Book by Jim Stack.
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