This PDF plans walks you through step by step how to build this 5 drawer dresser. It includes plywood cut diagram, cut list, materials list, SketchUp diagrams, and step by step instructions.
The dresser is made using vanity legs (osbornewood.com/5050), BUT can also be made with 4×4 posts if desired. Overall size is 56″ long, 20″ deep, 33″ tall. It’s built with pocket hole joinery to make this a great beginner to intermediate project to tackle. It takes 1 1/2 sheets of 3/4″ plywood, 1 sheet 1/4″ plywood, 3 boards 2x2x8, 2 boards 1x2x8 to build.
|Recommended Tools||Miter Saw, Circular Saw, Drill, Pocket Hole Jig, Table saw or router (OPTIONAL)|
|Materials||Vanity Legs or 4x4 posts, 3/4" plywood, 1/4" plywood, 2x2 boards, 1x2 boards, pocket hole screws, drawer slides|
|License||Single Use License|
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Hello curious about the stain color? Thank you 😉
Minwax Early American
Hello I was curious how much it cost to build this dresser?
Lumber costs vary by species and by your location. For me, it was about $300 including the vanity legs.
Hi! I was wondering, what color stain was used on the DIY 5 Drawer Dresser pictured with “Woodshop Diaries” in the bottom right corner? I’ve been looking for that kind of stain color, but everything I try doesn’t come close!