Coming up this week I’m releasing the first episode of a multi-part series on the construction of my daughter Madison’s 8 drawer dresser. It’s been a long time coming, so I’ve had plenty of time to plan out the details.
Frequently when I build projects I get a lot of requests for measured drawings & plans, and then usually fail to follow through and provide anything. But not this time!
Thanks to some hard work on the part of Brian Benham of Benham Design Concepts we have a full-set of plans for purchase.
The 8 drawer tall dresser plan includes all the measurements, cut list, and detailed diagrams in a downloadable PDF file (PDF drawings only, not available in a Sketchup file format) for building this classic piece of furniture, and are available for sale right now.
Click on the images below for a sneak preview of the plan.
Click on the red button for your choice of plan formatwhen you’re ready to purchase. You’ll be redirected to your shopping cart.
Then the only thing left to do is fill in your email address and name, and complete your purchase by visiting our PayPal checkout page (a PayPal account isn’t required, other options are available when you get there.)
Once your purchase is completed you’ll be ready to download your plan right away!
Now that the tall dresser is completed here’s your opportunity to see all the bonus footage originally exclusive to Patrons of Matt’s Basement Workshop. From my thoughts on the design process, to selecting and milling rough stock, assembling the components, and then eventually to finishing it all with milk paint and so much more.
All this great content is now available to purchase and download, or rent and watch, to help you build this amazing dresser in your own shop. For more information visit my Video-on-demand page at Vimeo.com by clicking here.
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Sites That Link to this Post
- How to Plans at Matt’s Basement Workshop | Brian Benham | February 17, 2015
- How to Build a Dresser | Brian Benham | February 17, 2015