Ten Rules for Finish Carpentry A veteran builder and teacher shares the rules that shape his work
Don't measure: It is more accurate to mark trim in place than to measure and then transfer numbers. It's easy to misread a ruler or to confuse numbers while walking to the saw.
Carpentry...If I had a hammer....
Here's a trick you don't come across too often. But boy is it handy and accurate...
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Take Advantage of Knee Walls in Your Finished Attic by Installing a Chest of Drawers - http://www.homeadditionplus.com/attic_info/Install_Knee_Wall_Storage_Finished_Attic_Video.htm
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The only thing I don't like is that post holding up the loft. I think I would extend the loft a bit and make the support a bookshelf like it is on the left side.
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The secret for a glove-tight fit for trim corners is a coped joint. With this technique you can even make complex crown moldings fit without leaving gaps. http://www.familyhandyman.com/carpentry/trim-carpentry/how-to-cope-joints/view-all
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