|Project by redryder||posted 877 days ago||2643 views||2 times favorited||4 comments|
This motivation really came from David Grimes project
It was a great idea for me because I was constantly buying cans of paint, stain, wood putty and glue that I already had. Keeping this stuff in a cabinet just wasn’t working. And while having extra inventory on hand can be nice, for me it was more clutter and confussion. The shelves are a little different shape than Davids but the idea was his and a good one.
The shelves are rough cut fir and the shelf supports are from a two inch cedar plank that I had. The supports are screwed to the wall studs and capped with buttons. No finish. I am lucky to have twelve foot high ceilings. The paint on top is seldom used and accessed with a ladder when needed. The glue, stain and such on the two bottom shelves is accessed with a step stool.
Thanks for lookin, mike…..........