|Project by MT_Stringer||posted 07-24-2015 03:10 AM||1712 views||1 time favorited||19 comments|
I built this shelving unit for my wife’s high school reunion silent auction fund raiser. I hope it generates a lot of interest. Funds raised go towards scholarships for the students.
The dimensions are 30×18 x 9 inches deep. We found some wire/burlap baskets that look pretty good. Three coat/robe hangers make this a multi use piece.
Oh, I forgot to mention. The wood used to build this project was salvaged from two pallets! :-) I saved almost all of the boards, milled them, and assembled with glue and brad nails. The wood is pine with some oak pieces. The stain is Rustoleum Kona. The finish is Parks Pro Finishes semi gloss Clear poly applied with a HVLP sprayer.
Here are some before pics.
All of the nails were removed from the boards and runners.
The runners were milled, cut and glued into two panels. They became the two ends.
-- Handcrafted by Mike Henderson - Channelview, Texas