Storage cubby banks are very versatile and useful pieces of furniture to take home. Whether you want extra seating and storage in the driveway or in the kitchen, bedroom or bathroom, a storage bank cubicle suits your needs. Building a wooden bench with cubicles likely is cheaper for you to buy one in a furniture store. Lay two sheets of paper 12 – -48 inch by 3/4-inch plywood and singing 48-inch parallel and 15 inches of wood.
Insert five pieces of 12 x 15 inch 3/4-inch plywood between the two parallel plates with two parts flush ends, and the remaining three evenly spaced throughout. Five guide holes previously countersunk holes through parallel at the ends of each divider sheet of plywood sheets.
Place a piece of flat wood 13 by 48 inches, and place the storage cubby unit on top. Place another piece of 13 inches – by -48 in the top of the cubicle unit. Attach a piece of 13 by 20 inch plywood to each end of the cubicle unit. Place a sheet of 20 – by -49 1/2 inches above the back of the bench unit cubicle. Paint the storage cubby, and let dry before placing your taste.