These wall shelves are not only for kitchens of course but the lower one features a rod for hanging pots and pans. Follow along at the link and build your own shelves with brackets.
With this adjustable peg shelf you can change the configuration on a whim or take shelves out for larger items. Follow along at the link and build your own.
This wood shelf unit has metal accents that add style as well as a rail to keep objects in place. Build this shelf unit using the free woodworking plans available at the link.
Here are the free plans to build a back of door shelf. Perfect for a pantry door or closet door. You may have to alter the dimensions to fit your particular door. Should be easy to do.
This display shelf has a slight modern twist with the addition of metal. Follow along and build your own display ledge/shelf.
Building torsion box shelves will give the illusion of thick looking and strong workpieces, but keep the weight down. Follow along at the link to build your own floating shelves.
This storage shelf would be the perfect unit for housing the vast amount of toys kids seem to have these days. Build it using the free plans at the link.
Perfect for a childs room or playroom, this dinosaur shelf is the perfect place to hang backpacks or towels. Free step-by-step instructions available at the link.
These interesting shelves were constructed with pine boards and 1 3/8 inch dowels. This combination makes for sleek, modern shelving. Free instructions at the link.
Here is an easy to build bathroom shelf which includes a towel bar. Build it using the free instructions available at the link.