You will need
• two 2 440 x 1 220 x 18mm oriented strand boards (OSB), cut to: two 1 900 x 800mm (front and back) two 800 x 130mm (sides) four 200 x 130mm (short shelves) one 130 x 90mm (divider) one 1 464 x 130mm (inner shelf) two 945 x 175mm (lids) one 1 900x 166mm (base) • four 150mm legs • four cabinet hinges • electrical socket • 4m electrical cord • three-pin plug • one packet 6mm x 40mm chipboard screws • one packet 8mm x 16mm chipboard screws • wood filler • 120-grit sandpaper • paint or varnish (optional)
• cordless drill and 3mm drill bit • pencil • jigsaw • 12mm spade bit • tape measure • paintbrush • scraper
• Ask your timber merchant to cut the wood to size and to make the recesses for the hinges. • If you’re unsure, get an electrician or someone with electrical experience to connect the wall socket. • Drill pilot holes where necessary. • Once the two side panels are attached to the front and back and each panel fits perfectly, you will need to remove one of them, so it’s not necessary to tighten the screws on both sides.