Install sliding-shelf kits that you purchase, cut to size, and install in your kitchen cabinets for extra storage and easy access to items at the back.
These 3d perspectives of shelving construction will help you visualize how to build shelves. A shelf is simple to create, and these storage shelves will make your life much less cluttered in a matter of a few hours.
Sleek and sturdy floating shelves without breaking the bank.
By Tom Hintz – During the renovation of our living & dining rooms, my wife Beth, and I went to lunch at a local establishment that was decorated with wood shelves on the walls. Beth liked the look of the shelves so I seized on the moment and secured the official OK for a new project. After a little discussion, (Beth telling me how they needed to be) we came up with our version of the shelves that incorporated curtain rods below the shelf surface.
Cutting diagrams and parts list only to this project that appears in Workbench Magazine Issue 284.
A piece of plywood approximately 5 inches wide by 20 inches long is all the material that is necessary for making this portable shelf.
Garage lofts work well for overhead storage because they make use of the void space that exists over the hood of most cars.
Finally, an easy but useful project that can be completed in a few hours. This over-the-sink shelf can be constructed from softwood or hardwood. It can be used for a multitude of applications, but my favourite is simply holding small houseplants. The measurements in this plan are for a standard double 32 inches sink. For other sinks, you can adjust the length measurement accordingly.
You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view this project plan to build a roll out shelf.
A small set of shelves adapted from a much larger example of Shaker work. The design is very straightforward and is easily adapted to different dimensions. The plan consists of three pages in PDF format.