How to Frame a Corner Hutch

Aug 8th

A dresser is a type of storage unit that incorporates both drawers and cabinets and open shelves. It is often used in cooking, a dresser corner is a convenient place to store extra-special occasion or Chinese dishes instead. If you could use a little extra storage space in your home, consider building your own corner hutch. To complete this project, you must first frame the unit using some kind of durable material such construction as hardwood or plywood. Once you complete the picture, you can customize the cabin to suit your needs.

Americana Cottage 30” Corner Hutch
Americana Cottage 30” Corner Hutch

Instructions:

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1. Measure the height of the wall where you will install your corner hutch. Place the end of the tape in the corner and measure outwards along the wall to determine the depth of the side panels of your hutch corner.

2. Use a stud finder to locate the wall studs. Mark the position of the studs in the wall with a pencil.

3. Cut two pieces of 1/2 inch plywood to the wall height and depth of the side panels as determined in step 1 with a circular saw. Two panels stand upright in the corner so that their trailing edges are just playing at an angle of 90 degrees.

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