It requires a single 8' long 2x12, one 8' long 2x4, and three 1/2" deck screws. A PDF is available at the bottom of the DIY Garden Plans page that includes a few short instructions. There aren't many steps to this plan, but that's actually a good sign because it means the bench is pretty simple to put together.
block (2x4 scrap material works best). Secure rail to posts using Deckorators rail connectors (sold separately) and slide balusters over the bottom connectors. Carefully place top rail over the balusters, making sure each baluster is seat-ed properly on each connector. Step 5: Inspect finished railing for proper baluster spacing and secure top rail.
This step stool is super unique. It has three steps, as you can see in the picture, but if you closely you can also see the design on the floor and how each piece of the three steps can be moved freely along the rightmost rod. This makes for a spiral step stool, one unlike any of the others in this list.
Step 2: Next, drill all of your pocket holes according to the included diagram. Step 3: Assemble the short side of the table first. It will be impossible to get a drill in here if you start with the long sides. Step 4: Connect both short sides by attaching the longer sides. Step 5:
Just add 2x4s. Its easy to create durable and functional outdoor furniture, storage solutions, and more using 2x4basics do-it-yourself products. Make it any size!
Day 27 - Build a Simple Step Stool In this series, we're seeing what we can make out of 2x4's. I want to keep it cheap, keep it easy, and keep it totally doable for anyone. Today's project is probably the cheapest, easiest one in the series. We're building a little Step Stool!