This simple letter rack is an ideal project to complete in in a few hours and will help keep you organized.
Build a simple display floating shelf that is strong enough to hold a flat-panel television and versatile enough to hang anywhere.
Box shelves are inexpensive, easy to make and highly versatile. Make the combination of sizes and depths you need for any room, from the living room to the laundry. Box construction techniques are always the same.
It is a fun sturdy little shelf full of character, charm and usefulness. Anything from bathrobes to backpacks could be hanging from this shelf!
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a simple lathe tool rack that is intended to be mounted directly to the shop wall. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
This construction is for the most simple to build floating shelves…after your cuts are made, this should take you maybe 15 minutes at the most, and more likely about 5!
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a bathroom storage shelf for towels. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
Dress up an entryway with a modern-look mirror and floating shelf. Made from a few oak boards and hardboard, this project can be completed in one weekend.
Create a wall-mounted clamp home for all your workshop essentials. Although the size and spacing of notches for your clamps will vary from mine, the rack must be canted toward the back by 3 degrees to keep the clamps securely in place.
Cross-handle faucet taps can double as hooks for this towel rack. All you have to do is mount them on a board—I used salvaged barn siding, but any scrap wood will do—and hang the assembly on a wall.