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Tufted storage ottoman are multitasks of the furniture world, serving not only as footrests and concealed storage, but also as makeshift coffee, table end or even emergency seating. Make your own DIY ottoman with storage; you can customize your ottoman size, shape and color. In addition, building pallet storage is often much cheaper than buying an ottoman from the shelf

Extra Large Ottoman with Storage

Extra Large Ottoman with Storage

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Measure and cut four pieces of pine to 1 foot by 1 foot. Measure and cut two more pieces to 13 inches by 13 inches, cancel these two pieces. Run a small amount of glue along one of the smaller boards “1-inch wide edges. Attach another one of the 1-foot board edges that glued the edge; you should create a 90-degree” L “shape with two boards. Attach another pine bit again by gluing and clamping, now you have a “U” shape, put the last piece of the puzzle, this time gluing and clamping in two places. The receiver now sees the square

Along each edge that has a tufted storage ottoman side beneath it, marks a dot every 2 inches, about 100 cm from the edge. Run nails into each brand by tapping them with the hammer. Wipe the oozing glue with a damp towel. Leave your clamps on and allow the adhesive to dry for at least 24 hours. Remove the clamps. Drive a row of wood glue along the 1-inch wide bottom of your square. Place a 13-inch piece of pine over these glued areas, matching all edges. Paint your box at this point. . You can also paint or seal wood, depending on your settings. Allow your paint, stain or sealer to dry completely.

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