DIY radiator conversion for the hall, by Kees Jan

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Description

A radiator conversion for the radiator in the hall. This way the radiator is out of sight and a shelf is created to place keys and small items. The openings at the front of the radiator are there to allow heat to pass through.

Custom radiator conversion

The MDF used was largely sawn to size. This ensures that everything is tight and saves sawing work. I had given each of the different dimensions of the MDF slats/planks a name, which is indicated with a sticker on the planks. The corners for the plinth at the bottom of the radiator casing were removed with a jigsaw. The vast majority of MDF connections are made with dowels. Working with dowels was a first time for me, but I really enjoyed it and it was fun to do. Once the whole thing was put together with dowels, the radiator casing was secured even more securely with a few screws out of sight.

The dimensions of the casing

140.0*30.0*95, 0cm: The radiator casing has a height of 95.0cm. The depth is a maximum of 30.0cm and the width is 140.0cm.

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