This wooden bookcase...is another item you can offer in your portfolio. It's very easy to build and there's very little materials left over as waste.
The bookcase shown...is a very basic project that can be changed both in height and width to suit you or your customers needs. The one shown is 84" tall and 36" wide. There's also a shorter version shown here. It's available as a downloadable plan if you're interested.
The majority of the bookcase...is made from 3/4" veneer core plywood with the trim and front faceframe made from solid oak. All of the shelves are adjustable using a 32mm spacing.( I use 32mm and a 5mm hole because that's the only spacing my machine will drill.) You can also use 1/4" shelf pin holes and use a section of pegboard as a spacing template.
The top crown moulding...is a standard profile. Athough we make our own in the shop it's the same size and profile that you can buy at most lumber companies. The base trim is also a standard profile that can be found at most lumber dealers.
The finish that I used...on this bookcase is walnut stain from General Finishes. (I found this stain at Rockler and it's also sold at a lot of other woodworking supply stores.) I finished off the bookcase with a couple of coats of production lacquer in a satin finish.
This wooden bookcase...is another project that I'm getting some downloadable plans ready for. As soon as they're ready I'll post them here.