Built in level
Hi all. Building a bay window bench/rad cover/ storage unit. 100+ year old house. Original plaster walls. There is a 1 1/2" discrepancy from floor to window sill within the 8 foot span (left floor to window measurement is 1 1/2" lower than right floor to window measurement). There is an old radiator in the middle. My plan is to build it in 3 sections. A basic shaker rad cover in the middle and then floating (I believe is the correct term) panel "top loading storage" boxes on the left and right, all coming together to form a seamless built-in. I can only do minor adjustments on site, the main body must be built in shop. I am going mostly glue less and using pocket screws for easy on site adjusting. I need suggestions from you experienced folk. I have never wrestled with such an uneven space before. I typically just build things as square as I can get them, but that will not work here. I have built most of the middle rad cover section already, minus the legs and top. Thanks!