Printmaker’s Media Console Insipired by Restoration Hardware
I’ll admit that I’m not much of a woodworker. (If you knew my father, you would realize that this confession could bring shame on my family name. Dad taught me how to use use the tools… I just rarely do.) Sometimes I wish I was more handy with power tools, especially when I see fabulous furniture plans like this. Inspired by a similar piece from Restoration Hardware, it is a media console that looks like an old printmaker’s cabinet but is actually cleverly designed to hold your DVD player and other electronic components while also providing storage space. Cher-Ann at The Design Confidential estimates that supplies for this project will run about $75 to $100, about the same as you would pay for a decent-looking TV stand from a box store (and one that almost certainly isn’t made from real wood)!