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Diy Bathroom Ladder
I love nothing more than being able to build something in just a few minutes and with only a few cuts! This ladder only takes four simple cuts on the miter saw! The hardest part? Deciding what color to paint or stain it/

Posted by Kristina B. from Springfield, Illinois, United States • Published See Kristina B.'s 8 projects »
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  • How to make a shelf. Diy Bathroom Ladder - Step 1
    Step 1

    To assemble, cut both of the 1×2’s to 72″ each. Adjust your miter saw to 10 degrees and cut one end of each piece to have the angle.

  • How to make a shelf. Diy Bathroom Ladder - Step 2
    Step 2

    The two leftover pieces are the cross bars, and they should measure 23″. Once they’re cut to that size, drill two pocket holes on either end of them. Be sure to adjust your Kreg Jig to be 3/4″ first!

  • Step 3

    Measure 5″ down from the top of the 1x2s and mark the board lightly. Attach one of the cross bars to the boards with the pocket holes facing down.

    Measure 10″ down from the bottom of the boards and mark. Attach the second bar right below your mark. Again, have the pocket holes facing down.

    Fill in your pocket holes and sand the entire ladder.

  • How to make a shelf. Diy Bathroom Ladder - Step 4
    Step 4

    I used a new Decoart Product to finish this piece- Color Stain in Ash Grey. It. Was. Perfection. This stuff is the bees knees and the cats pajamas!

    The color stain self seals and can be put on by using a brush or rag (or paper towels if you’re out of either…

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