Attach shelves to the sides. The top of each side has pocket holes. This will allow you to attach the butcherblock as a countertop.
Cover up the ugly raw plywood edge with an iron on veneer edging. This stuff is magic! It comes in rolls to match the type of plywood you’re using.
Now it's time to prime and paint the shelving. Be sure to let it dry between coats. Once dry, add felt pads to the bottom of the stand.
Choose the stain you want for your countertop. I went with 3 coats of polyurethane on the countertop.
Attach the countertop. The pocket holes on the bottom shelves allow you to keep any hardware hidden on the counter.
Add your top shelves to the wall and to the butcher block. We also added a handy pencil sharpener that we screwed in to the side.
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