|Project by woodbutcherbynight||posted 02-05-2013 04:07 AM||1900 views||0 times favorited||9 comments|
Like all of us I have more stuff than I can get off the floor or a table. No matter how large of a shop one has it is NEVER enough room. With this in mind and a constant clutter of pen supplies in drawers I needed for other things I found an unused section of my shop that begged me to make good use of. My only issue, the shop vacuum tubing that was right in the middle of this prime real estate. By creatively working around this with some clever support arms I was able to make this six foot long shelf that for the moment gives me room to move my pen supplies and take advantage of some much needed space. For what a week I might have room on all my tables to work? Maybe, that is the plan anyway. Using scrap wood from a work site close to my job I found two decent pieces of #2 pine. Rather than paint I simply covered them in clear poly but to add some flair stained the supports. Took me a few hours to make, but a week to finally finish and install. If this inspires you it is not my fault you knocked out a wall and took space in the kitchen. (laughing)
-- Live to tell the stories, they sound better that way.