DVD Storage Cabinet – These days, it is not uncommon to have a large DVD collection. Although the idea of movies stored on a physical media is constantly being attacked by newer, more elegant and more attractive ways of playing media, the DVD will not disappear soon. But what to do with the hundreds of DVDs that have accumulated in recent years? If you are a bit practical, you can build a storage closet that is not only extremely functional but also an easy, fun project to be approached on a Sunday afternoon.
Plan where you want to build the unit. Measure carefully. DVD boxes are usually a standard size (7.5 inches high by 5.5 inches deep), so keep that in mind when building the case. Beginning of the construction of the foundations, the top, bottom, and sides. Make sure they are strong enough to support the entire DVD library. Install the back once the frame is built. This should be a good fit, but do not get obsessed with grooming, as the back will be obscured by the DVDs, as well as the door. Place the shelves in, and use a bracket every 12 inches. Install the doors. This is the most difficult part of the whole process. Finishing by filling in any hole, sanding, and painting.