The 60 Gallon Cube Aquarium Stand is a beautiful addition to any home or office. It can easily be assembled in minutes using the included hardware and instructions, and it comes with everything you need to get started. The stand is made of durable and high-quality materials, so you can be sure that it will hold up over time. It’s also easy to clean, so you don’t have to worry about it getting dirty or damaged if you have pets or small children in the house.

If you’re looking for a reliable aquarium stand that can hold up to 60 gallons of water, our sturdily-built stand is a perfect choice. It was designed with stability in mind, so you don’t have to worry about it tipping over or cracking when you move it. The stand is made from durable plastic that won’t rust or break down over time. It’s also easy to clean, just wipe it down with a damp cloth and you’re good to go!

The 60 Gallon Cube Aquarium Stand is a premium aquarium stand that is designed to hold up to a 60-gallon tank. The stand features a beautiful black finish and a curved design that works well with the overall shape of most aquariums. The stand has two adjustable shelves for holding decorations, rocks, or other objects you may want to keep out of the water.

The Design

Designing a stand for your aquarium is of utmost importance. When you’re planning the stand, consider all of the factors that might affect it, namely:

  • The aquarium’s dimensions
  • The aquarium’s weight
  • The aquarium’s location (i.e., where will you place it in your home)
  • The aquarium’s decor (i.e., what materials will it be made of and what will its color scheme be)

The Construction

  • Start with a solid, level foundation. The stand needs to be strong enough to support the weight of the aquarium and the water that will fill it. A sturdy base is paramount for building an aquarium stand that will last for years.
  • Make sure the base is square! It may be tempting to skip this step, but the whole design of the aquarium stand depends on its being square. If it isn’t, you could end up with a structure that leans or is unstable and unsafe.
  • Use wood glue between each board as you stack them together. Clamping them tightly, one on top of the other, helps all of them line up together neatly and creates a stronger bond than nailing or screwing alone would do.

Staining

In the beginning of this tutorial, I mentioned that you could paint or stain your finished stand. Now that your stand is built, you can choose to do either. If you want to paint it, simply purchase a can of spray paint, and follow the instructions on the can. (Note: This will likely require multiple coats of paint.) If you are staining it instead, then please read on further!

Staining the stand will give it a nice finish, and still allow the natural beauty of the wood to show through. First thing’s first – choose a stain color! Stain comes in many different colors from natural wood tones to deep cherry reds and dark ebony stains. Go with whatever looks best for your room in my opinion.

Next up – apply one coat of stain evenly over all parts using a decent sized brush or rag. Make sure all parts have received an even coat before letting it dry completely which takes about 6 hours for water based stains and 24 hours for oil based stains. A second coat may be applied if desired but this is not necessary unless you really want a deeper color.

Weathering

Here is how to weather a piece of furniture:

  • sandpaper
  • dremel
  • drill
  • paint
  • wood stain
  • glue
  • nails

Prices

This particular project is one that can save you a lot of money. A fixture like this could easily cost $200 or more in the store. The materials cost me about $70, so I saved about $130 by doing it myself.

Not only did I get to save some money and keep it out of the store’s cash register, but I also got a sense of accomplishment from building something myself and being able to say “I made this” when people complimented my aquarium stand.

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