Scroll down towards the bottom of the page at the link to find the free downloadable plans to build a built-in bookcase.
Take an unused corner and turn it into floor to ceiling shelving. It will look custom and give you extra storage or display shelves.
It needed to be no more than 10 3/4 inches deep and could not be more than 42 inches wide to fit perfectly in this space. And that is precisely what this is, and plan for a Faux Mud Room Locker Cabinet with a narrow profile!
All it takes, essentially, is some sturdy veneer plywood and a circular saw to build this built-in bookcase. Some solid-wood trim covering all the plywood edges hides your clever trickery, leaving you with a piece of furniture worthy of a great library.
This mudroom is DIY and I spent less than $150 on it! Check out the full tutorial, you will be amazed at how easy it is to build yourself!
On permanent display: mahogany, solid biscuit joints and a whole lot of class. Build this built-in unit using these free plans.
Add storage and style to a room or hallway with a built-in bookcase unit! By making a little extra effort you can greatly increase storage capacity and architectural interest with a built-in unit.
With the right plans, materials, and equipment, you can construct a Built-in Wall Bookshelf as shown here.