Make your own camper kitchen from custom-sawn poplar plywood, by Tom

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In this DIY project, Tom shows how he made a kitchen for his camper. He ordered custom-made plywood poplar panels for this job. This way he can start immediately. Read more about his approach and experience below.

Description of Tom

Simply submit all dimensions accurate to the millimeter via the website. Received neatly on the agreed date, neatly packaged, no damage and everything tailor-made. Other parts are also included👍🏼Now we're starting to build our camper kitchen. There shouldn't be a millimeter in this, so it's super pleasant to work this way. Once all the cabinets are put together, it is the turn of the drawers. So next week we will order the drawers via the same route. Thanks!

How I made this project

Glue with bison wood glue, tack for the first time to make it dimensionally stable and then unscrew it. I saw the skirting boards that will be underneath in 10x10, so that we have more space in the camper while preparing food, etc. The upper slats become mountings for the magazine, which I also want to order. Not yet sure which material I want to use for this. The choice of material for the cabinets was poplar plywood. We would like to make the fronts from birch plywood. Slightly more vulnerable than poplars.

Dimensions of my DIY project

120.0 x 170.0

How next?

Want to make this DIY project? Check out Tom's saw list and complete your order easily.


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