Hi Barb. Going by the Pinterest picture (hate Pinterest by the way) I would say it would be easy enough to duplicate, seems no biggie to figure out the angle - not that I think you need the exact angle that is. But, if you wanted precise, full sized plans, I would mark a grid over the photo, maybe 1/4", then layout a large grid on your material (I would lay it out on cardboard, so as not to waste good wood if you screw up). Then I would copy the small grid onto the large grid, square by square. I did that on a small photo, and the large plan came out perfect - saved me $20 for plans, actually $40, because two plans. Whatever, I would lay it out on cardboard first. Works for me anyway. Or, you could print the Pinterest photo out and enlarge it - print the photo on multiple pages, trim, and tape together, then if they end product is the size you want, just cut the parts out, glue to wood, trim to size, and you can then lay out the patterns. Hmm, I understand perfectly what I just said, do that stuff a lot, and works nicely, but if you like the idea, and are confused at all, let me know and I'll try to clear things up for you.
In fact, if I were going to make that, I don't think I'd do any of the above. I'd just use a yardstick, pencil (or marker, crayon, whatever), cardboard, and lay it out until I got something I liked. Then cut out the cardboard, use that to line out the design on plywood, cut it out, paint it, put it together. It ain't rocked science. On the other hand I make stuff for the shop without plans, but when finished seldom can explain how I did it, even to myself
OK, almost forgot. When I research for a project, I do a search and look at images. So did a search for takedown tiered shelf display, images, and came up with a ton of designs I like better. Here are just a couple I particularly liked - however I didn't look far, so likely missed even more. Don't know if you could make either takedown, but looking like that I wouldn't care.
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Last edited by JOAT; 10-27-2019 at 07:30 PM.