Hey guys!! I’m back today to share the corner piece plans to the Modular Sectional I built!
If you missed the plans for the other pieces you can see them HERE!
To print the plans for the corner piece, you can click the image below or HERE.
A big thanks to Jay from Jay’s Custom Creations for the printable version to these plans!
The construction of this piece is basically the same but the measurements are different from the other pieces.
After attaching the first set of back slats, nail the corner post to the other corner post and slats.
I love all of the different ways you can set up these pieces! And, you can add to it as your budget and time allows! I purchased the cushions at Target and designed the seats to fit the cushions. If you choose different cushions, make sure to modify the measurements on the plans if necessary. You can see the corner cushion that I bought for this piece HERE. ***Update – the link has not been working. You can type the item # in the search bar on target.com and see the cushion there -16343152 The back of the cushion didn’t fit but I had two cushions for my ottomans and used the back cushions for the corner piece. I needed up with one left over corner back cushion but the cost still beat similar cushions that I found.
*Total cost for this build – each base is $20-$25, the optional back rests are $10-$12 making this entire sectional with the ottoman/coffee table included – $225-$250!
Before I go, I need to share with you an AWESOME product that I’m totally impressed with right now!
It’s a new product from Rust-Oleum called NeverWet. This one is specifically for outdoor fabric. We learned about it when we visited the Rust-Oleum headquarters a couple of months ago and I was dying to give it a try. We tested it by pouring a coke over the fabric and the coke just ran right off of the cushions. It was incredible! There’s nothing worse than watching a new set of cushions fade and ruin from the elements. This bottle is only $15 at Home Depot and worth every penny. You just spray it all over the cushions and let it dry for 24 hours and that’s it!
Check out this video for more information on it!
Seriously, how cool is that? I’m hooked 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping by!