Making your own furniture is always a very rewarding DIY project. If you can make something yourself, not only will you have immense satisfaction that you crafted something with your own hands but also you're likely to save money too! There are many different pieces of furniture you can make, from radiator cabinets to sideboards. All you need to get started is a few furniture boards from Homebase, along with some basic tools, nails and screws - not forgetting your design of course!
Once you have connected the main bits of board, you can cover joins and seams with iron on edging strip. This leaves a smooth and nail-free finish around the edges of any units that you have made. It's perfect for making cabinets and shelving units where two pieces of board have a visible join. There are a number of different wood and wood effects that you can get with furniture boards. Pine furniture boards combine the warmth of pine with the ease and practicality of MDF and sheet materials.
The tools you will need to work with furniture board include drills, sanders, electric saws, routers and planers. With the right safety equipment and some materials from Homebase, there are few limits to what you can achieve with wood so check out the range of furniture board at Homebase and get your creative juices flowing. The sense of achievement after you've completed the job and the extra money in your pocket will make it all worthwhile.
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Seal strip - whiteÂ provides a functional, neat solution
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Light, versatile high density panel Features: High-density is
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