Modern homemade sideboard made of birch plywood, by Tim

Related projects
TOSIZE Furniture
Create DIY projects in a breeze!
Easy as a kit at home.
Start designing
TOSIZE Furniture
Check out our new shelf cabinets 3D configurator
Start designing right away

Create this project yourself with sheet material cut to size by!





1 minuut


I made a sideboard from birch plywood for my first customer. The doors open by means of a push-to-open system. The furniture is located between a fireplace and a wall.

Work description: how did you realize your project

I first sawed the ordered panels to size (and in miter). I then prepared the lamello connections with a lamello cutter and milled out the doors for the concealed hinges. After that I glued the sideboard and put it together. While the glue was drying, I glued the strips onto the doors. To hang the shelf in, I made a row hole and mounted the cross plates for the hinges. When all the glue had dried, I hung in the doors and mounted the push-to-open system and checked whether everything worked properly. Finally I painted the sideboard and fitted the bottom with impact nuts for the legs and mounted them below.

Final size: What are the outer dimensions?

950x400x740 mm

Tip! Also check out our handy DIY tips!

How next?

Want to make this DIY project? Check out Tim's saw list and complete your order easily.

583,41 €

All materials used


View all sheet materials