Adding a storage element to the default kitchen banquette adds another item to the benefit of this furniture, which makes it possible to store large and obscene items. Arrange two half-by-36-by-48-inch discs on the work surface, parallel to each other with their long, thin sides on the work surface. Set a half-by-36-by-24-inch board against a set of page cards ending.
Set a 2-inch wooden screw into each hole and use a drill to completely tear them together, screw the boards together. Repeat the process with an additional 1/2-of-36-by-24-inch board on the other end to be the other side card. Place a half-by-24-by-49-inch board against the frame and smooth to the edges of the board with the edges of the frame. Drill holes were 12 inches in this forum, which is the bottom plate, and by the front, rear and side kitchen banquette. Set 2-inch wooden screws in each hole and tighten them to attach the bottom plate.
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Place another half-by-24-by-49-inch board on top of the wood kitchen banquette and adjust the edges so they are even with the frame edges. Drill a hole in each selected spot. Move the piano hinge and screw it into place against the lid and the banquet side with half-inch wooden screws.