Take advantage of vertical unused space by building a tower shelf. the free step-by-step plans are available at the link. You can even use scrap wood for this build.
Like the title suggests these box shelves are a series of boxes you can build using plywood. You can change the size or depth to suit your use. Follow along with the free plans at the link to build your own shelving unit.
This open shelving system was built using 1 x 8 oak boards but you could use a variety of different types of wood to get the same effect. Follow along with the free woodworking plans at the link.
Build stackable shelves using the free plans at the link. You will also make your own jig to make this project go smoother. It is easy to assemble once complete.
This wall mounted shelving unit is easy to build using basic woodworking tools. Gives your bed a built in look but could go anywhere really. Follow along and see how we built it.
Turn old picture frames into display shelves using the free instructions available at the link. You could always build your own picture frames first if you wish. Either way they will make a beautiful display for your collectibles.
This cute shelf measures 36 inches tall and features a subtle curve design and cut out stars on the sides. It could be mounted to the wall is you wish. Perfect for child sized objects or even grown up collections. Free plans at the link.
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.