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Usually, the most difficult, time-consuming part of a project like this is building and installing cabinet doors. Because this whole project is built around cabinets, you have to carefully plan their positions and spacing. Sign up today for our FREE e-mail newsletters and get helpful tips and timely article links delivered to your e-mail inbox. Twice-monthly advice for bringing your home outdoors, from year-round yard upkeep and planning to the wonders of making your garden grow, plus special offers. Design solutions, designer interviews, room makeovers, garden tips, video tours, sweepstakes news, and special offers. If your books and photographs are still displayed on a couple of boards held up by a pile of bricks, here's some good news: It doesn't require a master carpenter, a workshop full of tools, and thousands of dollars to add built-in bookcases to your home.
With the right plans, materials, and equipment, you can construct a Built-in Wall Bookshelf as shown here.
We used basic building techniques and cabinets from a home center to make the construction as simple as possible. We designed this project around standard cabinets, which eliminates the most difficult work. To avoid the kitchen look, we framed around the doors with solid wood rails and stiles, which gives them the inset appearance of traditional built-in furniture.